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The Corporation of 

Certified Secretaries 

Year Book 




BYE-LAWS 

EXAMINATION REGULATIONS 
LIST OF MEMBERS 

LIBRARY CATALOGUE 

(Revised to 31 st December, 1938) 



Published by 
THE CORPORATION OF CERTIFIED SECRETARIES 

Limited (By Guarantee) 

SECRETARIES HALL, 
28 FITZROY SQUARE, LONDON, W.i 

PRICE : FIVE SHILLINGS 



CONTENTS 

Page 

President, Vice-Presidents, Council, and Officers . . 5 
India Advisory Board ...... 6 

Hospital Administration Advisory Committee . . 7 
Local Government Administration Advisory Committee 8 
Branches and Centres ...... 9 

Objects ......... 20 

Sixteenth Annual Report of the Council . . .21 

Benevolent Fund Report of the Trustees . . 38 

Rules and Regulations . . -44 

Bye-Laws ........ 47 

Registration of Students . . . . . -5' 

Regulations for Examinations . . . . -53 

Syllabus of Examinations 

Secretarial ....... 55 

Hospital Administration . . . . 78 

Local Government Administration . . .86 
List of Examiners ....... 93 

Members 

Alphabetical List . . . . . .96 

Topographical List . . . . . . 149 

Certified Secretaries providing Office Accommodation and 
Services for Limited Liability Companies, etc. 
Alphabetical List ...... 239 

Topographical List . . . . . .241 

Publications ..'..... 245 

Branches and Centres Rules . . . . . 247 

Library Catalogue . . . . . . . 253 



The 
Corporation of Certified Secretaries 

President 

THE RIGHT HON. THE EARL OF IDDESLEIGH 
Past Presidents 

Lieut-.Col. J. P. HOTXJE 
His HONOUR JUDGE KENNEDY, K.C. 

Vice-Presidents 

GEORGE BANKOFF, M.D., D.Ch., F.A.Ch. 
Captain E. C. COHB, D.S.O., M.P. 

ERNRST CORNWALL 
Colonrl Sir BERTRAM J. T. FORD, T.I)., D.L. 

Sir CUTHBERT C. GRUNDY, K(., J P. 
Lieut. -Col. Sir CuTHBERr HEAULAM, Bart., 

D.S.O., O.B.K. 

Sir FRANCIS I /ESTRANGE JOSEPH, K.B.E., D.L., J.P. 

Sir HLNRY A. MIERS, D.Sc., M.A., F.R.S. 

Sir GEORGE MITCHESON, M.P. 

Cnpt. A. C. MORKING, M.P. 

Sir HERBERT MORGAN, K. li.lt., F.R.S. I,. 

Sir WALTER J. MORRISON-LOW, Bart., J.P. 

L. W.' TAYLOR, M.A. (Oxuii) 
J. ALLEN WATSON, D.Sc., B.Com., F.C.C^.S. 

Council 

ERNEST RLUBF.N HANCHET, B.A., Chairman 
GEORGE RAE DRYSDALE JOHN JAMES TOWE 

Major RAPHAEL JACKSON, T.I)., D.L. ERNEST WARBURTON 

HARRIE JOHN KINCJ JAMES ALLEN WATSON, D.Sc. 

Solicitors 

JOYNSON-HlCKS & CO. 

Auditor 

JAMES JACKSON, F.C.C.S., Charlcrrd Accountant 
23-^5 Billilcr Street, London, E.C-3 

Bankers 

NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BANK, LTD. 
6 Fitzroy Square, London, W.i 

Secretary 

GEORGE R. DRYSDALE, F.C.C.S., F.C.P.A. 
Offices, Reading Rooms and Library 

Secretaries Hall 

28 Filzroy Square, London, W.i 
Telephone: Euston 2520 



C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 



India Advisory Board 

President 

Sir JAMSETJEE JKEJKKUIIOY, Bart. 
Mazagaon Castle, Bombay 

Chairman 

K. R. P. SHROFF, J.P. 
President, Bombay Stock Exchange, Bombay 

Members 

Si n A VAX C. CAMBATTA, J.P., F.C.G.S., Managing Director, 
S. C. Camballa & Clo., Ltd. 

S. C. MAJUMDAR, B.Com., F.C.C.S., C.A.T.B., Manager, 
The Hindustan Co-operative Insurance Society, Ltd. 

Miss II. R. DAVAR, Managing Director, The Progressive 
Corporation, Ltd. 

SOHRAB R. DAVAR, M.L.C., J.P., F.C.C.S., Barristcr-at- 
Law, Fellow of the Senate and Member of the Board 
of Studies in Commerce of the University of Bombay 

(ex-ojjitw) . 

P. C. HANSOTIA, B.Com., F.C.C.S., F.S.A.A., R.A., Bombay. 
D. R. DAVAK, F.S.A.A., R.A., Bombay. 

Hon. Registrar 

Professor SOHRAB R. DAVAR, M.L.C., J.P., F.C.C.S. 

80-82 Esplanade Road, Fort, Bombay, India. 

Telephone: 25654. 



Hospital Administration 
Committees 

Advisory Committee for 
Hospital Administration 

Chairman Sir CHARLES GRANT ROBERTSON, C.V.O., LL.D., 
M.A., Vice-Chancellor, The University, Birmingham. 

Deputy Chaitman Captain J. E. STONE, M.G., F.S.A.A., 
F.R.Econ.S., F.S.S., Secretary, Birmingham Hospitals' 
Gent re. 

G. E. A. BEDWELL, F.G.G.S., House Governor and Secretary, 
King's Gollege Hospital, London. 

R. A. BULL, F.G.C.S., Secretary, St. Mark's Hospital for 
Cancer, Fistula and other Diseases of *hc Rectum, 
London. 

H. A. FROOOATT, F.G.C.S., Secretary-Superintendent, Hove 
General Hospital, Hove. 

E. R. HANCHKT, B.A., F.G.G.S., Secretary, Essex County 
Hospital, Colchester. 

Major RAPHAEL JACKSON, T.D., D.L., F.G.C.S., Secretary, 
Queen Mary's Hospital, London. 

C. H. SPKNGE, F.G.C.S., Secretary and Superintendent, 
Chorley and District Hospital, Chorley. 

H. R. NORTH, F.C.C.S., Secretary, Royal Eye Hospital, 
Manchester. 

L. G. R. TURPIN, F.C.C.S., Secretary, St. John's Hospital 
for Skin Diseases, London. 

L. L. W. LANG ASTKR-G AYE, F.C.G.S., Secretary-Superinten- 
dent, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton. 

Councillor GEORGE R. DRYSDALE, F.C.G.S., F.G.P.A., Sec- 
retary to the Committee, Secretaries Hall, 8 Fitzroy 
Square, London, W.i. 

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Advisory Committee for Local 
Government Administration 



Chairman H. EMERSON SMITH, LL.B., Town Clerk, Solicitor, 
Clerk of the Education Committee, Borough of 
Wimbledon. 

A. B. FEATHKRSTONE, A.C.C.S., Assistant Town Clerk, Wood 
Green Town Council, London. 

PERCY T. LOOSEMORK, Clerk to the Council, Plympton 
St. Mary Rural District Council, Plympton, S. Devon. 

C. J. MOUNTFIELD, Clerk to the Council, Morton and Morden 
Urban District Council, Merton, London, S.W.ig. 

F. H. NKWNHAM, F.G.C.S., Deputy Clerk to the Council, 
Farnham Urban District Council, Farnham, Surrey. 

C. F. PORTER, F.C.C.S., Clerk to the Council, Whitcfield 
Urban District Council, Whiteficld, Lanes. 

F. ROGERS, F.C.C.S., Clerk to the Council, Rural District 
Council of Knaresborough, Knaresborough. 

HY. THISTI.ETHWAITE, F.C.C.S., Clerk to the Council, West 
Lancashire Rural District Council, Ormskirk. 

C. B. TOWNSEND, F.C.C.S., Clerk to the Council, Bedford 
Rural District Council, Bedford. 

Councilloi GEORGE R. DRYSDALE, F.C.C.S., F.C.P.A., Secre- 
tary to the Committee, Secretaries Hull, 28 Fitzroy Square, 
London, W.i. 



Branches and Centres 

Branches and Centres 



Birmingham and District Branch of 
the Corporation 

Chairman 
E. J. WILKINSON 

Vice-Chairwn 
H. BILTJNOHAM 

S. A. PO'ITER 

Committee 
D. J. AULT 

H. BlLLINGHAM 

D. W. BRASSINGTON 

C. LEE 

S. A. POTTER 

H. G. PREECE 

A. G. PRIESTMAN 

J. B. STEVENSON 

Miss K. M. WILLCOX 

Hon. Librarian: Miss K. M. WILLCOX 
Hon. Auditor: S. THOMPSON 

Hon. Secretary and Treasurer 

L. G. GREATBATCH, F.C.C.S., 47 Carters Green, 

West Bromwich. 

Bankers: LLOYDS BANK LIMITED. 



C.G.S. Year Book, 1939 

East Midlands Centre of the 
Corporation 

President 
W. F. PRICE, J.P. 

Vice-Presidents 

Dr. ASTLEY V. CLARKE, M.A., M.D. (Cantab.), D.L., J.P. 
H. A. H. WALTER, M.A., LL.B. 

Chairman 
J. G. TATE 

Committee 
S. AMOS 
W. CARR 
K. A. COPE 
G. FANTOM 
K. G. MARRIOTT 
SIIIRLKY G. MORRIS 
N. H. W. MUNNS 

Hon. Librarian 
SHIRLEY G. MORRIS 

Hon. Treasurer: F. A. ALEXANDER 
Hon. Auditor: W. HACKETT 

Hon. Secretary 

THOMAS N. WALL, A.C.C.S. 

4 Blackbird Avenue, Leicester 

Telephone 58228/9 

Bankers: LLOYDS BANK LIMITED 



Branches and Centres 

Edinburgh and East of Scotland 
Centre of the Corporation 

Hon. Secretary (pro tern.) 
ALEXANDER MCLAREN, F.G.C.S. 
143 St. John's Road, Edinburgh, 12 



Glasgow and West of Scotland 
Centre of the Corporation 

Hon. Secretary and Treasurer (pro tern.) 
G. R. DRYSDALE, F.C.C.S. 



West of England Centre of the 
Corporation 

Hon. Secretary (pro tern.) 

S. G. PETERS, A.C.C.S. 

57 Wavcrley Road, Redland, Bristol 



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Irish Centre of the Corporation 

President 
MICHAEL F. MACCORMAC 



Committee 

MATTHEW J. KKNNY 
JAMES F. RKDDY 
D. F. EBBS 



Hon. Auditor 
JOHN J. YOUNG 



Hon. Secretary and Treasurer 
GEORGE S. FEKRAN, F.G.G.S. 
22 Nassau Street, Dublin, C.2 

Telephone 61828 



Bankers: HIBERNIAN BANK LIMITED 



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Branches and Centres 



Leeds and District Branch of the 
Corporation 

Chairman 
F. C. ROWUOTIIAM 

Committee 
R. ELLIOTT 
II. EWART 
L. GILL 
H. M. HENRY 
S. R. NICIIOLLS 
W. H. SENIOR 
H. SYKES 

Hon. Treasurer 
E. G. GLEN SMITH 

Hon. Auditor 
R. WILKINSON 

Hon. Secretary 

C. L. PRIESTLEY, A.C.C.S. 
Austin House, Westgate, Wakcfield 

Bankers: YORKSHIRE PENNY BANK 



C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

Liverpool and District Branch of the 
Corporation 

President 
Professor W. LYON BLEASE, LL.M. 

Vice-President 
FREDERICK COOK, F.G.A. 

Chairman 

W. F. TUNNINGTON 

Vice-Chairmen 

F. B. GOODACRE 
E. B. MORREY 

Committee 

D. COLQUIIOIJN 

F. B. GOODACRE 
Miss M. HIGKKY 
H. JAMES 

N. F. MILLS 

E. B. MORREY 
C. P. WILLIAMS 

G. WILLIAMS 

Hon. Treasurer: W. GEOFFREY WILLIAMSON 
Hon. Auditor: JOHN BRERSE 

Hon. Secretary 

FRANK G. NELSON, A.C.C.S., A.C.A. 
9 Endfield Park, Grassendale, Liverpool, 19 

Telephone Garston 1548 
Bank 1080 

Hon. Assistant Secretary 
N. F. MILLS, A.C.C.S. 

Bankers : DISTRICT BANK LIMITED 
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Branches and Centres 

Manchester and District Branch of 
the Corporation 

President 

The Rt. Hon. VISCOUNT SAMUEL, P.C., C.C.B., G.B.R., 
M.A., Hon. D.C.L. (Oxford) 

Vice-presidents 

Sir F. BOYD MERRIMAN, O.B.E., K.G. 

Sir EDWIN STOCKTON, Kl., J.P. 

E. WARJIURTON, F.C.C.S. 

(Member of the Council) 

Chairman 
W. WiiriE 

Vice-Chairman 
E. L. SIMPSON 

Committee 
J. N. BANCROFT 
F. HAWORTII 
A. HESFORD 
K. MOORE 
J. B. WILLIAMS 

Hon. Treasurer: C. A. JACKSON 
Hon. Auditor: L. SMITH 

Hon. Secretary 

DUDLEY H. HALE, A.C.C.S. 
Briarfold, Stockport Road, Timperley, Cheshire 

Telephone: Ringway 36*46 
Central 4367 (3 lines) 

Hon. Assistant Secretaries 
N. NIGHTINGALE 
F. WROE 

Bankers: UNION BANK OF MANCHESTER LTD. 
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C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

North-East Coast Centre of the 
Corporation 

President 
The Rt. Hon. Sir CHARLES P. TREVELYAN, Bart. 

Vice-Presidents 

Sir ROBERT ASKE, Barl., K.G., M.I*. 

Sir NICHOLAS GRATTON-DOYLE, D.L., J.P., M.P. 

Lt.-Col. Sir CUTHJ3ERT M. HEADLAM, Bart/D.S.O., O.B.E. 

Chairman 
J. C. WHILLANCE 

Vice-Chairman 
F. JOHNSON 

Committee 
L. JAMES 
F. JOHNSON 
J. MYKRS 
J. PK ARSON 
A. F. ROYLE 
R. J. SMITH 
E. WALTERS 
D. WILKINSON 
J. H. YEATS 

Hon. Auditor 
F. HUMBLE 

Hon. Secretary and Treasurer 

J. J. TOWE, A.C.C.S. 
" Malvern," Plcsscy Crescent, Whitley Bay 

Hon. Assistant Secretary 
A. F. ROYLE, 34 Albemarle Avenue 

High West Jesmond 
Newcastle upon Tyne, 2 

Bankers: WESTMINSTER BANK, LTD. 
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Branches and Centres 

North- West Lancashire Centre of the 
Corporation 

President 
Sir GUTHBERT G. GRUNDY, Kt., J.P, 



Vice-Presidents 
Mrs. ROLAND ROBINSON 
Dr. A. E. IKIN, LI-.D. 
J. 13. CUKRIE, A.C.CJ.S. 
A. H. IRVINE, F.C.C.S. 



Chairman 
Councillor JAMES SIMPSON 



Committee 
D. BKARHS WORTH 
J. D. CTTRRIE 
W. T. W. DRYSDALE 
JNO. HEAP 
F. FLETCHER 
A. H. IRVINE 
W. H. KITCHEN 



Acting-Hon. Secretary 

JNO. HEAP, F.C.C.S. 

22 Knowsley Avenue, Mar ton, Blackpool 



Bankers: MIDLAND BANK, LTD. 
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Sheffield and District Centre of the 
Corporation 

President 
Sir Louis W. SMITH, M.P. 

Vice-Presidents 

D. KAY, F.L.A.A., A.C.I.S. 
H. A. SIMPSON, F.G.W.A. 
G. L. WKAY, F.C.C.S. 

Chairman 
C. W. BISHOP 

Vice-Chairman 
A. K. ARMSTRONG 

Committee 

A. K. ARMSTRONG 
C. G. HALL 

H. JONKS 

S. LORD 

G. L. WRAY 

N. H. BROOK \Studcnts 5 

G. C. LINSTKAD/ Representatives 

Hon. Treasurer: G. STRATFORD 
Hon. Auditor: J. B. HADKN 

Hon. Secretary 

A. STEPHENSON, A.G.C.S. 

73 Rawmarsh Hill, Parkgatc. Yorks 

Telephone Rothcram 8 

Bankers: MIDLAND BANK LIMITKD 



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Branches and Centres 

Colonial Representatives 

AUSTRALIA 

J. R. KINSMAN, Director, Messrs. Hemingway & Robeitson, 
Pty., Ltd., Bank House, Bank Place, P.O. Box No. 4518, 
Melbourne, C.i. 

H. G. S. WKBSTEP., J.P., F.C.C.S., "Vola," 61 Perry Street, 
Lcichhardt, Sydney. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 

J. V. MURRAY, F.G.G.S., 42 r, HOWK STREET, VANCOUVER. 

CEYLON 

C. J. SENEVIRVFNE, F.C.C.S., Advocate to the Supreme 
Court of Ceylon, "Sirinivasa," Greenlands Road, 
TIavelock Town. 

INDIA 

Professor SOHRAB R. DAVAR, M.L.C., J.P., F.C.G.S., 
80-8? Esplanade Road, Fort, Bombay. 

SOUTH AFRICA 

C. W. MACKAY, J.P., F.C.C.S., His Worship The 
Mayor of Dundee, P.O. Box 3, Dundee, Natal. 

Assistant South African Representatives 

CAPK TOWN 

W. M. ARMSTRONG, F.C.C.S., 153 Builenkanl Street, 

Cape Town. 

J. N. THOMSON, B.Com., F.C.C.S., P.O. Box 2379, 
Cape Town. 

PORT ELIZABETH 

P. S. FOURIE, F.C.C.S., 3 Pearson Street, Port Elizabeth. 

STRAITS SETTLEMENTS 

T. W. DOUGLAS, J.P., F.G.G.S., Municipal Offices, George 
Town, Penang. 

SOUTHERN RHODESIA 

HENRY SMITH, F.C.C.S., P.O. Box 839, Bulawayo. 

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The Objects of the Corporation 

The Corporation was Incorporated on the 251)1 January, 1923, 
and has for its objects, inter alia, the following 

(a) To piovirlr a central organisation for Secretaries and Adminis- 
trative Officials of Limited Companies, Corporations, Societies, 
Hospitals, Institutions, Public Bodies and Authorities, in order 
to secure for them a recognised professional status, and to 
promote and protect the mutual interests of members, and also 
to exercise professional supervision over the. members. 

(b) To establish a means of testing the qualification * of candidates 
for admission to membership of the Corporation by examination 
in theory and practice of secretaryship and administrative sub- 
jects, and to issue certificates of competence, prizes, medals and 
scholarships to the successful candidates. 

The Corporation may also award medals, prizes and 
scholarships in recognition of distinctive merit at the 
examinations. 

(c) To hold conferences and meetings for the discussion of pro- 
fessional affairs, interests and duties, the reading of papers, 
and the delivery of lectures; to issue copies of papers, lectures, 
and professional records from time to time, and generally to 
collect and collate, and publish through the medium of the 
Journal of the Corporation information of service or interest 
to the secretarial prolession and to members of the Corporation 
in particular. 

(d) To exercise professional supervision over the Members of the 
Corporation and secure for them such definite professional 
standing as may assist them in the discharge of their duties. 

(e) To assist necessitous Members and the relatives of deceased 
Members, to act as managers of any fund or funds for the 
purpose, and to make payment out of the income of the Cor- 
poration from time to time to such fund or funds. 

(/) To act as a means of communication between Members or others 
seeking engagement as Secretaries and employers desirous of 
employing them, and generally to assist Members of the Cor- 
poration in obtaining employment. 

(g) To provide a library for the use of Members. 



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Annual Report of the Council 

Sixteenth Annual Report 
of the Council 

for the 

Year ended 3ist October, 1938 



To THE MEMBERS OF THE CORPORATION 

Ladies and Gentlemen, 

Y'our Council have pleasure in presenting a report 
of the development and progress of the Corporation 
during the year ended 3ist October, 1938. 

PRESIDENT 

1. The Right Hon. The Earl of Iddesleigh received 
from His Honour Judge Kennedy, K.C., the President's 
Badge of Office on November aGth, 1937. Th ( - C r - 
poration is fortunate in having so distinguished a 
President to lead its affairs and we take this opportunity 
of expressing to His Lordship the gratification of every 
member on his acceptance of this high office. 

During His Lordship's first year of office the Cor- 
poration has continued to extend not only its member- 
ship, but its sphere of usefulness in the profession, which 
in many directions has made itself manifest. 

THE IMMEDIATE PAST-PRESIDENT 

2. We are privileged to report that His Honour 
Judge Kennedy, K.C., has kindly consented to accept 

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his portrait in oils as a lken of the Corporation's 
esteem and appreciation of" His Honour's Presidency 
over a pciiod nf ten years. This piesentation will be 
made as a result of " spontaneous desire expressed by 
the Members ;it thc ; r last Annual General Meeting, 
emphasising not only their affection for His Honour, 
but their high repaid of the interest he took, and con- 
tinues to maintain in the \\elfan. 1 of the Corporation. 

It is anticipated that the poi trait \\ill be ibrmally 
presented at a dinner to be held in March IK xt. Further 
infotm.ition in reference to the proposed ever* will be 
issued to Membeis in due course. 



CHAIRMAN 

']. It \vis with profound regret that your Council 
were forced to accede to the request of Mr. R. Hugh 
Wait* 1 , F.C.C.S.. to resign his membership and Chair- 
manship of tlie Council owing to reasons of health. 
Despite frequent warnings of his medical adviser, Mr. 
VVaite strove lor many months to continue to guide 
your Couiu il with clear judgment and unfailing patience*, 
but he waged a losing battle against sickness and subse- 
quently suffered a complete breakdown in health. This 
enforced retirement caused considerable unhappiness 
to Mr. Waite \\lio had made definite plans for the 
Corporation's future progress, and this opportunity is 
taken to express to him our esteem and to thank him 
for his spit nd id services. 

Mr. K. R. Hanchct, B.A., F.C.C.S., was appointed 
Chairman of the Corporation in succession to Mr. Waite. 

. 

NEW MEMBERS OF THE COUNXIIL 
4. Mr. Harrie J. King, F.C.C.S., Secretary of the 
Institute of Wireless Technology, and Mr. John J. 

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Towc, A.C.G.S., Personal Assistant to the Secretary, 
North-Eastern Electric Supply Co., Ltd., were duly 
elected Members ol" the Council at the last Annual 
Meeting, and have rendered valuable services. 

Major Raphael Jackson, T.D., D.L., F.C.C.S., was 
co-opted on your Council for the rein. under of the 
year, and you will observe that he is eligible lor re- 
election. Since his appointment, Major Jackson has 
rendered much service, and he is in. thing in his cflbrts 
to promote the welfare of the Corporation. Major 
Jackson is already well known to in.iny Members as 
being intimately connected with the civic and public 
life of the country, and his readiness to accept oilier 
at such short notice was much appicci.ited. 



COUNCIL AND CoMMITThK MttHTINGS 

5. Fourteen meetings of the Council and Committees 
have been held, and at each meeting there has been 
a satisfactory attendance. 



6. During the year ii(> Fcllous, 145 Associates and 
427 Students w-cre admitted to the Register, making 
a total increase of ()H8. Dm ing the year 44 Associates 
were transferred to Fellowship. 

It is with considerable pride that we place this out- 
standing report before you as evidence that this year 
has been of greater importance than any previous year, 
arid that more Members and Students have been ad- 
mitted than in any year since our inception. 

Resignations, deaths and other causes have removed 
the names of 55 Members and 157 Students from the 
Register. The total number of Members on the Register 

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at gist October, 1938, w; s 1,258, of whom 623 were 
Fellows and (rtf weie Associates. The number of 
Students on the Register at the end of the year was 
i,2.}/j. Togcthei the number of" Members and Registered 
Students on the Register at the end of the year was 
2,502, indicating a net increase of 4 7(1. 

This spU ndid record is indicative of the high opinion 
of the profession for the (Corporation's work, and 
demonstrates that the foresight in moving our head- 
quarters to London has been satisfactorily rewarded. 



SKCRKTARIES HALL 

7. At the Annual (iencral Meeting, the Members 
readily approved the purchase of the fiechold property 
at aJJ Fit/i oy Square, London, \V. i, and since that 
time the building has been put into first-class lepair 
throughout. On November u^tli the Right Hon. The 
Karl of Iddesleigh \\ill formally open Secretaries Mall. 
This ceremony will be witnessed by a large number of 
distinguished guests and members. 

We feel certain th.it the title adopted for our new 
headquarters \vill meet with the wholehearted approval 
of all Mcmbcis. Further, it is fitting that the Corpora- 
tion, as one of the leading professional institutions in 
the country, should give to its building a title which is 
at once self-explanatory and dignified. 

A considerable sum of money has been spent in 
making our new offices attractive and comfortable, 
and \\e take this opportunity of thanking those Members 
who have so generously forwarded donations towards 
a Building Fund which was instituted at the request 
of a Member. The amount donated has enabled your 
Council to carry out certain repairs and decorations 

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which might otherwise have hern held in aheyanee. It 
is, however, pleasing to report that the property has 
been placed on a rcvenue-e.i ruing basis. Tin* purchase 
of our new headquarters is the most important event 
in the history of the Corporation, and we are to be 
congratulated on having such an important building 
situated in the heart of London. 

We are grateful to the ladies and gentlemen who 
have assisted the Corporation in furnishings, and, in 
particular, ue thank the National Provincial Bank Ltd., 
for their helpful co-operation. We also acknowledge 
the services of our Solicitors, Messrs. Joynson-I licks & 
Co., \\ho attended to the legal formalities. 



THK CORPORATION OVF.USKAS 

8. The admission of new Membcis, and, in particular, 
the registration of new Students, has greatly exceeded 
previous records, and we take this opportunity of thank- 
ing the Hon. Representatives who have so cflicicntly 
and willingly given so much of their time to the welfare 
of the Corporation. We particularly desire to mention 
the India Advisory Board, of which Sir Jamsctjec 
Jcejecbhoy, Bart., is the President; Mr. K. R. P. 
Shroff, J.I*., President of the Bombay Stock Exchange, 
Chairman; and Professor Sohrab R. Davar, M.L.C., 
J.P., F.C.C.S., Hon. Registrar, for their continued 
efforts to maintain the highest traditions of the Cor- 
poration. 

At the same time we wish to express our appreciation 
of the services of Mr. C. W. Mackay, F.C.C.S. "(His 
Worship the Mayor of Dundee, Natal;, who has for 
many years rendered yeoman service in promoting and 
developing the Corporation in South Africa. 

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Mi. J. R. Kinsman, our Rt piescntativc in Australia, 
whilst on a visit to Great Britain, railed at Secretaries 
Hall. Our Secretary was thus able to thank him 
personally (or hi^ interest in the activities of the Cor- 
poration. We also welcome the appointment of Mr. 
II. Smith, F.C.C.S., as the lion. Representative for 
Southern Rhodesia, who also called ai Secretaries Hall 
when on a visit to I hi:; country ,\ leu months ,1,140. 



KXAMINA'IION'S 

<). '}<)'} Candidates entered lor the examinations held 
dining the year, as follows: 

Preliminary 20, I ntei mediate 2'->o, Final (Part i) 41. 
Final (Part v) 40, (Complete) 7'->. 

Of this number, 72 per cent satisfied the Board of 
Examiners and were a \\arded Certificates. 



PKI/KS 

10. Pri/es have been presented to certain technical 
schools to be awarded to their best students ol Secretaiial 
Practice. 

The "Kennedy" Medals \\ere awarded to Robert 
Nicholas Bolton, of Dublin, and I l.irold Walter Williams, 
of West Hrornwich, who obtained the highest marks at 
the Intermediate Examinations. 

The "Sir Cuthbert (irundy" Medals were awarded 
to William James Pel tiler, of London, and George 
Albert Lear, of Southport, who obtained the highest 
marks at the Final Examinations. 

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PUBLICATIONS 

n. The Examination Syllabus has again bec-n 
revised and is now a comprehensive guide lo all who 
arc desirous of qualifying for the Certificates of the 
Corporation. Thousands of copies of the new Syllabus 
have been distributed, and the many requests whi< h 
are being received daily indicate that there are many 
hundreds of young men and women pieparing for (he 
examinations, although they ha\c not yet become 
Registered Students. 

The Year Hook was produced by Sir Isaac, Pitman 
& Sons, Ltd., of London, and is a vain ible book of 
reference. This publication continues to increase in 
size and circulation, and \\e would urge Membns to 
return the Record Forms, so as to enable the Year 

Book to be a reliable record of our mcmbeisiliip. 

,- 

The Corporation's Manual of Secret jiia\l Practice 
continues to extend in circulation, and we recommend 
all those who ha\e not yet purchased a c:op^ to do so, 
as we feel that this Manual should be in thr< library of 
every member, whilst Registered Students wVill find it 
most helpful not only in their studies, but also later 
when they have qualified for membership. 



HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION ' 

12. We desire to express our appreciation of the 
services rendered by Sir Charles (/rant Robertson, 
C.V.O., LL.D., M.A., Vice-Chanccllorof the University, 
Birmingham, and Captain J. E. Stone, M.C., F..S.A.A., 
F.R.Econ.S., F.S.S., the Chairman and Deputy Chair- 
man respectively of the Hospital Administration 
Advisory Committee. 

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C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

It is gratifying to mention that the London County 
Council have instituted classes in Hospital Adminis- 
tration which are particularly applicable to those who 
are desirous of taking the Corporation's examinations 
in Hospital Administration, and we trust that this 
reference may encourage our members holding Hospital 
Administration appointments within the Metropolitan 
arf*a to urge the junior members of their stafls to attend 
these classes, for by so doing they not only help to 
improve the capacity and usefulness of thrir juniors 
but they obtain a broad outlook and knowledge of 
Hospital Administration, which will be of considerable 
value to the individual and to hospital work generally. 



LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION 
13. This section of the Corporation's work continues 
to attract many Local Government Officers, and we 
would appeal to those of our Members who arc Clerks 
to Municipal, Urban or Rural District Councils to 
recommend the Local Government Administration 
examinations to their staffs as a useful method of 
advancement. We also trust that where there are 
schemes for the provision of increments in recognition 
of examination successes, the name of the Corporation 
be included. 

Our thanks are also due to Mr. Herbert Emerson 
Smith, LL.B., Town Clerk of Wimbledon, the Chair- 
man, and the other members of the Local Government 
Administration Advisory Board, for their services 
rendered during the year. 



BOARD OF EXAMINERS 

14. Mr. H. A. R. J. Wilson, F.C.C.S., F.C.A., one 
of the authors of the Corporation's Manual of Secretarial 

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Annual Report of the Council 

Practice, has been appointed a member of the Board 
of Examiners, and we desire to express oui appreciation 
to him and to every other member of the Board, and 
in particular to those who have replied to the question- 
naires from our Secretary regarding enquiries on 
examination problems from Members and Registered 
Students. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

15. The corporation continues to be associated with 
the Chamber of Commerce movement. 

BRANCHES AND CENTRES 

1 6. The records received from the Branches /and 
Centres indicate that Members and Registered Sti/dcnts 
are enjoying the meetings and lectures organised for 
their benefit. / 

This opportunity is taken to express our tnianks to 
all Officers and Committees who have, du/ring the 
past year, given so much time and labour to the/ advance- 
ment of their respective Branches and Centres! 

An important feature is the promotion and \devclop- 
mcnt of Students' Societies, and of which there \ are now 
four, situate in Birmingham, London, Manchester, and 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. \ 

The growth and development of the Student ^move- 
ment is being encouraged and we believe that c luring 
the forthcoming year there will be considerable activity 
in this direction. 

LIBRARY 

17. The Library is now conveniently accommodat ed 
at Secretaries Hall, and already many visitors have 

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called to borrow books, anu to read the newspapers 
and journals which arc now a permanent feature of 
this service. 

This report would not be complete if we did not 
refer to the gifts which have been received from Members, 
and, in some cases, from Registered Students, of text- 
books and other volumes. These have proved to be very 
useful additions to the Library, and we assure them 
that their action is greatly appreciated by the Council. 



VICE-PRESIDENTS 

18. We again desire to express our appreciation of 
the continued interest of our Vice-Presidents in the 
work of the Corporation. 

BENF.VOLENT FUND 

19. r lv"he contributions and donations receiver! during 
the year will be referred to in the Annual Report of 
the Trustees prior to the Annual Meeting of Subscribers, 
but we desire to commend the objects of the Fund to 
every Mc.mbcr of the Corporation. 

J BANQUET 

20. 1 'he Annual Banquet held on November 26th, 
1937, vVas attended by a large number of Members 
and distinguished guests, including Alderman J. Chuter 
Ede, ?,.P., D.L., M.P., C.A.; Sir Nicholas Gratten- 
Doyte', D.L., J.P., M.P.; Mr. E. H. Keeling, M.C., 
M.P-. (Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Air 
Mir listry) ; His Honour Judge Kennedy, K.C. (Im- 
mediate Past President) ; Mr. W. A. McKears (Registrar 
of Companies); Sir Herbert Morgan, K.B.E.; Dr. 
S. JJ. Peters, M.A., LL.D., M.P. (Parliamentary Private 
Secretary to the Ministry of Labour); Alderman 

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Annual Report of the Council 

A. T. Pike, O.B.E., J.P., F.C.C.S. (His Worship the 
Mayor of Finchley); Mr. Herbert Emerson Smith, 
LL.B., Town Clerk of Wimbledon (Chairman of the 
Corporation's Advisory Committee for Local Govern- 
ment Administration); Councillor John Sperm", 
M.I. Struct.E., J.P. (His Worship the Mayor o" St. 
Pancras); Councillor Captain F. E. Sugden (Member of 
the Board of Examiners), and representatives of kindred 
socieities. 

With reference to the Banquet to be held on November 
25th, we are pleased to say that the Right Hon. The 
Earl of Iddcsleigh, President of the Corporation, has 
kindly consented to preside. The Right Hon. Lord 
Lamington, G.C.M.G., G.C.I. E., will propose the toast 
of "The Corporation of Certified Secretaries," to which 
our President will respond. 

Sir Patrick Hannon, M P., and other distinguished 
visitors will also be present. This banquet is of con- 
siderable importance, as it \vill enable members to 
celebrate the ofiicial opening of Secretaries Hall by 
His Lordship the President in the afternoon of the 
same day, and we therefore urge all who can to be 
present. 

The well-known "Embassy Band" has been 1 engaged 
to provide music during dinner and for dancing after 
dinner until i a.m. 



NATIONAL CRISIS 

21. The Corporation played its part in the' National 
Crisis and communications were exchanged' with the 
War Office with the result that Members are eligible 
for registration in the Officers' Emergency Reserve 
provided their other qualifications are satisfactory. In 
the event of mobilisation their services would in all 

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probability be enlisted with the Royal Army Pay Corps. 
Members who have passed the examinations of the 
Corporation in Hospital Administration are also eligible 
lor enlistment in the Royal Army Medical Corps 
(Territorial Army). It has been emphasised that a 
personnel trained in Secretarial work would IK valuable 
in the Royal Army Service Corps, units of the Terri- 
torial Army, and also in the Supplementary Reserve. 

We acknowledge the many letters received from 
members who have expressed their appreciation of the 
steps taken by our Secretary to protect and promote 
the interests of the Corporation in the event of a national 
emergency. 

COUNCIL 

22. The Members of the Council due to retire in 
rotation arc E. R. Hanchet, B.A., F.C.C.S., Colchester, 
and Major Raphael Jackson, T.D., D.L., F.C.C.S., 
London, and, being eligible, offer themselves for re- 
election. 

The following member has been nominated for 
election ^L. C. Grcatbatch, F.C.C.S., Birmingham. 

ACCOUNTS 

23. The Accounts of the Corporation are appended. 
They indicate an improved state of our finances befitting 
the second largest Professional Body of Secretaries. 

AUDITOR 

24. Mr . James Jackson, F.C.C.S., Chartered Accoun- 
Loricjlon, retires and is eligible for re-appointment. 

In conclusion, we take this opportunity of thanking 
all members and others who have in any way whatso- 
ever assist ed the promotion of the Corporation's objects 

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Annual Report of the Council 

and which has resulted in such a satisfactory report 
being presented to you. 

Finally, your Council feel that this Report would be 
incomplete without a special reference to their Secretary, 
Mr. George R. Drysdale, F.C.C.S. During a year of 
rapid expansion and progress he has discharged his 
duties with xealous ability, and the Corporation's 
success is largely due to his untiring ei forts. 

By Order of the Council, 

ERNEST R. IIANCIIET, Chairman. 
GEORGE R. DRYSDALK, Secretary. 

1 8th November, 193^. 



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THE CORPORATION OF 
INCOME AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT 



Year ended 


3 ist Oct., 


1937 


EXPENDITURE 


s. d. 


s. 


d. 





s. 


d. 










888 


10 


u 


To Salaries and Wages 


1147 


18 


5 


204 


10 


8 


,, Rent, Rates, Taxes and Office 














Expenses 


321 


13 


5 


257 


5 


7 


,, Postage-s .... 


373 


12 


6 








,, Printing and Stationery, in- 














cluding printing of the 














"Certified Secretary" le.ss 














advertisements and sale.s of 








5'4 


10 


1 1 


Journal .... 


650 


7 


8 


165 


'9 


i 


, Travelling Expenses 


122 


9 


4 


179 


IO 


6 


, Examiners' Fees and Ex- 














penses .... 


208 


17 


4 


95 


6 


2 


Publicity .... 


154 


8 


9 


144 


K) 


4 


, Branch Expenses and Grants 


195 


'3 


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T) 





, Audit Fee 


15 


15 


o 


57 


II 


9 


, Bank Charges, and Interest 


1 88 


u 


6 




13 


7 


, Annual Dinner . 


44 


8 


7 








, Subscriptions: 














International Hospitals 














Association . . i 


o o 












Chamber of Commerce . a 


2 












British Hospitals Associa- 














tion .... i 


I 












British Association for Com- 














mercial Education . a 


2 O 






9 




o 


Repairs and Renewals 


IO 


5 
5 


o 
8 


2 


17 


5 


Medals .... 


a 


7 


2 








Legal Expenses . 


6 


8 


10 


12 


13 


6 


Removal Expenses 


3 


5 


6 








Building Depreciation Reserve 


50 








"5 


12 


9 


Depreciation of Office Furni- 














ture and Fittings 


16 


3 


8 


378 


12 


u 


,, Excess of Income over Ex- 














penditure for year ended 














3 ist October, 1938 . 


G6i 


o 


6 


2980 


3 


i 




4179 


u 


IO 



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FOR THE YEAR ENDED 3 IST OCTOBER, 



Year ended 
IM Oct., 1937 



INCOMi: 



31 io ti By Kiurancc Fees, Subscriptions 

and Transfer Fees 
Hi 12 2 ,, Examination and Kxcmption 

Fees 

,, Inieiest on Local Loans 
21 9 2 ,, Inti n-st on Deposits 

1 17 (> ,, Sundries 
20 '39 Rents Received . 



j;nr> i a ci 

1 6 jo 17 (> 
7 a 

i 411 

20 I 10 { 



2980 3' 



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THE CORPORATION OF 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT 



1937 LIABILITIES 

i. ,1. j. d. s. J. 

207 ii 5 Sundry Creditors and Accrued 

Charges .... 243 10 7 

23 o o Sir Culhbert Grundy Medal 

Pri/e. Fund ... 25 o o 

4467 iu' i Overdraft, National Provincial 

Bank, Lid. . . . 3688 6 6 

(The Bank holds the Title 
Deeds of the Freehold Land 
and Buildings .situated 28 
Fil/roy Square, London, W. i , 
as security for this Overdraft.) 
Buildings Depreciation Reserve 

Account .... 50 o o 

ACCITMULAIED FIJND- 

1507 2 i Balance at the isi November, 

10.37 1507 2 i 

Add Excess of Income over 
Evpcnditure for the year 
ended 3 ist October, 1938 . G(>i 06 

2168 2 7 
Add Donations to Building 

Fund .... 120 12 fi 

22 88 15 i 



"'207 () 7 6275 12 2 



HANCHET / .. . r . 
\-rerMVT f Members of the Council. 
irATSON ) 



ERNKST R. HANCHET 

J. ALLEN WATSON 

GEORGE R. DRYSDALE, Secretary. 



CERTIFIED SECRETARIES, LTD. 
THE 3 IST OCTOBER, 1938 



1937 ASShrs 

' ' d. *. ,/. 

506;, o o Freehold Land and Buildings, 
28 Fit/.rov Square, London, 
W.I, ,it to-4 . . . 5783 it) 6 

150 o o Office Furniture and Fittings 

at cost, less Drprcri.it inn . 200 o o 

ijl 1 ! 19 ii Sundry Debtors, Subscriptions 

in Arrcar. etc. . . . i8;j 17 (> 

84 o o Sttx k of Stationery, ( !rrt ifu ati s 

and Badges, at < o.st . . (x) i(j o 

i>-, o o Sir Cnthbeit (irundy Medal 
Pri/e Fund: Local Loans at 

ost .... 25 o o 

38 14 IT (lash in han 1 
179 1 8 8 (lash ,it \\estininstrr Bank, 

Ltd. and Distriet Bank, Lid. in 19 '2 

468 iG i Deposit with Birmingham Mun- 
icipal Bank ... 



6207 9 7 6275 12 2 



To the Members of the Corporation of Certified Secretaries, Limited. 

I beg to report that I have audited the above Balance Sheet and verified 
same with the books, accounts and vouchers relating thereto, and have 
obtained all the information and explanations I have required. In my 
opinion the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to exhibit 
a true and correct view of the state of the Corporation's affairs according 
to the best of my information and explanations given to me and as shown 
by the books of the Corporation. 

JAMES JACKSON, Chartered Accountant. 
23/25 Billiter Street, London, E.C-3. 

1 6th November, 1938. 

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C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

Benevolent Fund 

REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES 

For the Year ended 3ist December, 1938 

The number of subscribers tor the year under review is 326 which 
compares very favourable with the 257 subscribers for the preceding 
year. 

Annual subset iptinns and donations amounted to no I4S. 6d., 
which is an advance: of 30 f>s. 3d., over the contributions received 
last year. 

The mnnrys have been invested on deposit with the Birmingham 
Municipal Bank Limited, and you will observe that the Assets show 
an appreciable increase over those previously published. 

The names of the- contributors have been announced in the Journal 
and a complete list will be published in the Corporation's Year 
Book. 

The Trustees desire to express their gratitude to all those who have 
helped this worthy cause, and, in particular, would thank the 
Members and Registered Students who have so kindly completed 
a Bank Order on behalf of the Fund. 

It is earnestly hoped that Members and Registered Students who 
have not yet seen their way to become annual subscribers will decide 
to do so, and will bear in mind the very important and benevolent 
objects of the Fund. 

Special mention must be made of the generosity of the Right Hon. 
The Earl of Iddesleigh, President of the Corporation, who has given 
a donation of five guineas and the Trustees assure his Lordship that 
his kindly interest is a great incentive to all to build up a sufficiently 
large fund producing adequate income to assist indigent colleagues 
or their dependants in time of need. 

The postage expenses have been very kindly met by the Corpora- 
tion and this has relieved the Fund of much expenditure. 

In conclusion, an appeal is made to every Member and Student 
of the Corporation to subscribe in accordance with their means, 
thus granting the hope expressed by the President that they might 
"be mindful of less fortunate brethen who fall by the way." 

ERNEST R. HANCHET \ 

J. ALLKN WATSON ( Trustees. 

GEORGK R. DRYSDALE ) 
ist March, 1939. Hon. Secretary'. 

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C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 



BENEVOLENT FUND 
List of Contributors 



Abrams, T. P. 
Adams, C. J. 
Alexander, F. A. 
Anderson, VV. A. C. 
Arm it age, C. 
Armstrong, A. K. 
Armstrong, \V. M. 
Atha, F. 
Atha, N. 
Baker, A. 1 1. 
Baker, C. A. P. 
Barmhy, I,. 
Barnes, S. 'J'. 
Barnett, F. W. 
Barro*, R. R. 
Bartleel,C. F. 
Barton, VV. 
Brail, 1). Cl. 
Beardsworth, D. 
Berkett, A. 
Becston, R. R. 
Bell, W. 
Bellis, F. 
Benjamin, K. IX 
Bharucha, S. K. 
Bigwood, S. N. 
Blar.ktedge,.). S. 
Blasdale-Ho'lmes, G. 
Bluiiclcn, J. W. 
Bond, II.' 
Booth, H. 
Bradshaw, J.. W. 
Brocker, K. B. 
Brooks, P. (I. 
Brown, \V. J. 
Brownhill, O. 
Burgess, J. S. 
Burn A '.'K. 
Burns, L. V. 
Butler, F. G. 
Buttery, H. 



Calev, R. D. 
Callaway, L. D. 
Campbell, A. N. 
Careless, C. T. 
Carr,J.N. 
Clack, II. I. 
Clark, C. H. 
Clark, G. 
Clayton, S. 
Clctheroe, A. 
Coining (i. S. 
O)lquhoun, D. 
Convey, (i. 
C'ooper, H. H. 
Corlyon, F. C. 
Conlhurst, F. 
Courgi, J. 
Cowan, D. H. 
Crabttee, E. 
Crosskey, H. 1^. 
Cubba^'e, A. W. 
('ullington, H. C. 
Culver, H. S. 
Curtis, T. F. 
Darlington, P. 
Havies, G. V. 
David, R. 
Davis, D. H. 
Davis, D. N. 
Dawes, S. S. 
Daw son, J. 
Dawson, R. S. 
Dawson, S. 
Day, E. G. 
Dew, J. W. F. 
Dilcock,J. L. C. 
Dillingham, F. C. 
Dobb, C. 
Douglas, T. W. 
Dove, W. H. 
Dowers, J. B. 



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Contributors to Benevolent Fund 



Down, \V. J. 
Drabble, T. 
Drysdale, Mi.ss C. 
Drysdale, G. R. 
Ducket t, S. 
Duerdon, J. N. 
Dyer, L. I. 
Dyson, (;. \V. 
Ebbs, 1). F. 
Edward^, C. R. 
Elliott. CJ. 
Elliott, R. 
EntwhiMle, S. 
Ethell, W. 
Ettourney, M. A. 
Evans, J. S. 
Farmer, S. (1. 
Firth, A. 

Fordhani,J W. W. 
Foster, J,. F. 
Foulkes, G. 
Freeman, F. S. 
Ffenrh-Mullen, M^s M. 
Frodshain, T. C. 
Funnell, W. J. 
Garner, B. 
Gaskell, R. 
Geary, F. 
Gerrard, G. E. 
Gillies, MissJ. S. 
Glickmaiu S. 
Gohil, II. J. 
Goldsmith, F, P. 
Gray, W. J. 
Great batch, L. G. 
Greenhill, B. W. 
Griffiths, W. T. 
Hackett, W. 
Haden, J. B. 
Hales, F. 
Hall, G. G. 
Hall,J. 
Hallis, N. 
Hanchet, E. R. 
Harbron, G. W. 
Harding, F. A. 



Harris, W. A. 

Hawe.s, F. ]. 

Haynes, F T. 

Hayward, II. C. 

Heap, Jno. 

Heather, A. T. 

Herbert, S. C. 

Heuitt, (;. ]. 

Hewlett, Cil I'. 

Hiutins, G. B. 

Hiujtoti, E. 

Hill. nan. Miss I). M. 

I link, W. B. 

Homei, S. 10. 

1 lopwnnd, \\ 

Hu.^hes, '1\ J. 

I Inline-. A. ' 

Humble, F. 

Hunt, A. II. 

Iddeslei^l,, 'I'hr Ri H ht Hon. The 

Karl i'.f 

Jackson, C. A. 
Jackson, J. 
Ja^ard/H. P. 
Jessop, A. R. 
"ohnson. Miss E. T. 

ohnson, J. F. 

ones, 1). 

ones, R. A. 

ones, V. A. 
Katrr, I). 

Kennedy, His Honour Judge 
Kenyon, G. II. 
Kini?, H. J. 
Kissaek, f . W. 
Knox, D. R. 
Laidman, A. W. 
Latimer, (i. 
Leaker, A. 
Leaver, J. H. 
Leitch, j. G. 
Lewis, i. P. 
Lewis, W. J. 
Lipkin, M. I. 
Little, VV. 
Little, W.J. 



C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 



Llcweleyn, F. T. 
Lloyds, J. W. 
LongstafF, T. 
Lund, I. \V. 
Mackintosh, \. C. 
Mackintosh, J. 
Marriott, K. 
Marshal!, II. 
Mason, A. M. 
Mather, |. 
Maxwell', H. II. 
MrBrick, H. C. B. 
MrClurK.J. B. 
McGowan, II. 
McLaren, A. 



,.. 

Mcn/ies, A. K. II. 
Michael, O. V. 
Mills, K. L. 
Mirfin, J. C. 
Moody,' R. C. 
Moore, F. A. 
More-ton, K. II. 
Morley, A. 
Morris, F. 
Morris, S. G. 
Munro, W. 
Naish, B. C. M. 
Nash, A. VV. 
Neal, K. G. 
Neave, S. N. 
Nelson, C. W. 
Newsome, G. R. 
Nichols, F. H. M. 
Nichols, M. 
Oddy, S. D. 
Ogden, H. 
Go, K. K. 
Oppenheim, II. 
Packer, G. 
Parker, C. 
Partridge, F. G. 
Paton. T. A. 
Paul, D. K. 
Payne, A. S. 
Payne, E. 



Pearlrnan, I. 
Pearson, A. G. II. 
Pcllelt, H. 
Peregrine, D.J. M. 
Pettifcr, \V. J. 
Philips, R. 
Pidcork, I. F. 
Pidgcon, A. F. 
Pilkinc*ton, K. 
Pinkham, V. II. 
Pollock, I. 
Pollock, N. 
Potter, S. A. 
Priilic, S. 
PriestiTian, A. (}. 
Pursey, (. A. 
Kadway, K. A. P. 
Rama, K. S. 
Rre.s, R. L. 
Kclallick, L. I. 
Riirby, W. 
Kivrrs, L H. 
Roberts, G. L. 
Roberts, H. G. de V. 
Robertson, A. 
Robson, F. 
Robson, W. 
Ruddle, E. D. 
Rowbothani, H. 
Salter, K. 
Sane, G. IX 
Sarovitch, M. 
Saunderson. W. R. 
Sharp, W. A. T. 
Shirley, F. 
Sitaramayya, M. 
Skerratt, C. E. 
Smiley, S. 
Smith, F. B. 
Smith, J. S. 
Smith, K. J. 
Smith, T. N. 
Smith, T. R. 
Snell, W. J. 
Spcirs, R. 
Sproll,J. G. S. 



Contributors to Benevolent Fund 



StaiTfrton, II. G. 
Steele, G. K. 
Stephenson, A. 
Storkdale, Miss E. M. 
Stokes, F. M. 
Swaine, N. 
Sykes, E. H. 
Svkes, II. 
Taberner, C. B. 
Tai, Miss E. C. F. 
Tan, S. N. 
Thistlewaile, II. 
Thorn, A. K. 
Tfflrra) , B. A. 
Townsend, C. B. 
Trend, I. R. 
Twile, F. ( I. 
Tyson, H. J. 
Unvala, IX K. 
Urrll, W. W. 
letting, S. F. 
VaRi.r, S. M. 
Walker, T. 
Wallbank, A. L. 
WaKhe, R. 
Walters, E. 
Walton, S. 



Warbuiton, L. S. 
WaieriieU*. C. A. G. 
Watkins, R. M. 
Watson, C :. 
Watson, Dr. J. Allen 
Werdon, \V/ 
Wells, A. 1). 
Wells, A. S. 
Westo.i, S. N. 
\Veynian, A. J. M. 
Whitakd, K.' 
White, II. 
Wiildiscui. R. 
Wileox, Miss K. M. 
Williams, E C. 
Williams, W. T. 
Williamson, W. T. 
Willson, G. M.S. 
Wilson, F. 
Wi Ionian, E. L. 
Wilt, W. K. 
WiMxUoik. H. C. 
Woodwani,C. II. 
Wroe, R 
Yarker, T. (i. 
Yanlley, M. A. 



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The 

Corporation of Certified Secretaries 
Benevolent Fund 



RULES FOR THE ADMINISTRATION AND 
MANAGEMENT OF THE FUND 

1. The name of the Fund shall be "The Corporation of 
Certified Secretaries' Benevolent Fund." 

2. The Fund shall be devoted solely to the relief of persons 
who arc Fellows, Associates or Registered Students of the 
Corporation of Certified Secretaries, and the Widows and 
Orphans and Dependants of deceased Fellows or Associates. 

3. The Fund shall be raised by donations, annual subscrip- 
tions, and by any other method upon which the Trustees may 
decide. 

4. The Trustees of the Fund shall consist of three Members 
of the Council of tlir Corporation of Certified Secretaries. 

5. The Trustees shall be elected at the Annual Meeting in 
each yrar, by the Subscribers to the Fund; and they shall 
hold oilier until their successors are appointed. 

6. The Trustees for the time being are hereby constituted a 
Committee of Management of the Fund, and shall be respon- 
sible to the general body of Subscribers. They may elect a 
Chairman from among their number. They may appoint an 
Honorary Secretary, who shall keep correct minutes of pro- 
ceedings of all meetings, and transact all other business 
pertaining to the office. They may decide upon a yearly sum 
to be paid through the Honorary Secretary and Treasurer for 
clerical labour necessary in conducting the affairs of the Fund. 

7. The Trustees may appoint an Honorary Treasurer, who 
shali sign receipts for all moneys he may receive on account of 
the Fund, and his receipts shall be held to be good discharges 
for all sums paid to him. It shall be his duty to keep the cash 
accounts of the Fund, and to deposit with such Bankers as 

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the Trustees may direct all moneys he may receive on their 
behalf. No payment exceeding 2 in amount shall be made 
except by cheque signed by not less than two of the Trustees. 

8. All the property of the Fund shall be held for the purposes 
of the Fund by the Corporation of Certified Secretaries, Ltd. 

9. Any Trustee who shall become bankrupt or insolvent, 
or compound with his creditors, shall forthwith cease to be a 
Trustee of the Fund. The oifice of Trustee shall also be held 
to be vacated by death, resignation, or incapacity of any of 
the Trustees appointed in pursuance of these Rules, and it 
shall be lawful for the then next General Meeting of Sub- 
scriber, or for a Special Meeting, should the remaining 
Trustees see fit to convene the same, to nominate and appoint 
any other Member or Members of the Council to be a Trustee 
or Trustees in place of him or those ceasing to hold office as 
above stated. 

10. The Annual Meeting of Subscribers shall be held within 
three calendar months from the close of the financial year, 
ending thirty-first day of October, for receiving the accounts 
and the report of the Trustees for the past year. Special 
Meetings of the Subscribers may be convened by the Tiustccs 
or upon a requisition signed by any twenty Subscribers, 
such meeting to be held within one month of the receipt 
of the requisition. Not less than seven or more than twenty- 
one days' notice shall be given to the Subscribers of any 
meeting, mentioning the date, place and hour of meeting, and 
stating the nature of the business to be transacted. Those 
entitled to attend meetings of the Fund shall be Subscribers 
during the period covered by the Report of the Trustees, 
together with Life Members of the Fund. 

1 1 . No business shall be transacted at any Annual or Special 
Meeting of Subscribers unless six Subscribers arc personally 
present within half an hour after the time appointed for the 
Meeting. The Chairman of an Annual Meeting shall have 
power to adjourn the Meeting until some future time and date 
in the event of a quorum of Subscribers not being present 
within half an hour after the appointed time, but a Special 
Meeting shall in the like event be dissolved. 

12. The Subscribers at each Annual General Meeting shall 
elect from amongst their number an Honorary Auditor. The 

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Honorary Auditor shall retire from office at each Annual 
General Meeting and shall be eligible for re-election. No 
Subscriber shall be eligible as Honorary Auditor who is 
interested in the Fund otherwise than as a Subscriber. 

13. At least twenty-one days before every Annual General 
Meeting there shall be delivered by the Trustees to the 
Honorary Auditoi the Accounts to be produced to the Meeting, 
and the Honorary Auditor shall receive and examine the same, 
and personally inspect the securities of the Fund, and shall 
report iii writing the result of such examination. 

14. All applications for assistance shall be made in writing 
to the Trustees, who shall make inquiry into the needs of each 
case, and grant such relief as they may deem necessary, but 
within the limits prescribed by Rule ij. 

15. The Trustees arc empowered at their absolute discretion 
to grant relief in each individual case, or to refuse to grant 
relief to an applicant without assigning any reason. In making 
grants the Trustees shall have regard to the Income for the 
previous year derived from annual subscriptions and divi- 
dends on Investments, arid shall not disburse altogether in 
any one year a sum in excess of such income for the previous 
year without the consent of a Special Meeting of the 
Subscribers. 

1 6. Any Subscriber wishing to make an alteration in, or 
addition to, these Rules and Regulations, must proceed by 
motion in writing, which must be forwarded to the Honorary 
Secretary not less than twenty-one days before the date of the 
meeting at which it is to be considered. Any such motion 
may be considered at an Annual Meeting or at a Special 
Meeting convened for the purpose, and upon being approved 
by a two-thirds majority of the Subscribers who vote at the 
Meeting, same shall forthwith become operative, subject to 
the approval of the Council of the Corporation of Certified 
Secretaries having been obtained. 

17. The Trustees of the Fund, provided for by Rule 4, 
shall have power at the Annual Meeting in each year to 
norrinate a President and a Vice-Presidcnt. 

1 8. The President and Vicc-Presidcnts of the Fund shall no 
incur any responsibility or liability in respect of the custody 
of the securities, assets, and other property of the Fund. 



Bye-laws 

The 
Corporation of Certified Secretaries 

BYE-LAWS 

Commencement of Bye-Laws 

1. The following Bye-Laws shall be enforced as from ist 
January, 1937. 

Membership Certificates 

2. Any Candidate admitted to Membership either as a 
Fellow or an Associate shall be granted a Certificate of 
Qualification, which shall remain the property of the Cor- 
poration, and be entitled to hold the same subject to an 
Annual notification of its renewal by the Council. The 
Cei tificate must be returned to the Secretary of the Corpora- 
tion at the Registered Office when requested by the Council 
to do so, and also in the event of the Member being twelve 
months in arrear with his subscription, or who may have 
resigned his Membership (the same having been accepted) 
or whose name has been removed from the Register by the 
Council. The Council have power, however, in special cases 
to suspend the operation of this Bye-law. 

Admission of Fellows 

3. Any person who satisfies the Council that he is above 
twenty-four years of age and is at the time of his application 
actually practising as a Secretary, and has held office as 
Secretary, or in some other capacity which, though differently 
designated, he shall satisfy the Council is analogous and 
equivalent to that of Secretary, for at least three years past, 
and that he has passed the Intermediate and Final Examina- 
tions of the Corporation, or has been exempted therefrom, or 
passed other Examinations equivalent thereto, or has been an 
Associate for three years prior to his application for Fellow- 
ship. A Fellow shall be entitled to use the distinctive initials 
F.C.C.S., and may describe himself as a Certified Secretary. 

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Admission of Associates 

4. Any person who satisfies the Council that he is above 
twenty-one years of age, and that he is qualified by having 
passed the Preliminary, Intermediate and Final Examinations, 
or has been granted exemption therefrom, or passed other 
examination or examinations prescribed by the Council, or 
such other examinations recognised by the Council to be 
equivalent thereto; that he is a fit and proper person to become 
an Associate of the Corporation, and he shall have been 
engaged as his chief occupation in the office of one or more 
companies, corporations, societies, hospitals, institutions, public 
bodies and authorities for a period of three years, and is so 
engaged at the time of his application for election. An 
Associate may use after his name the initials A.C.C.S., and 
may describe himself as a Certified Secretary. 

Suspension of Privileges 

5. A Member being in arrear with his subscription for 
twelve months shall be liable to have his name suspended 
from the privileges and benefits of membership. After twelve 
months, if such subscription has not been paid and the Certifi- 
cate rrncwcd the Member shall ipso facto cease to be a Mem- 
ber, and his name removed from the Register. The Council 
have power, however, in special cases to suspend the operation 
of this bye-law. 

Subscription 

6. Fellows shall pay a yearly subscription of One Pound 
Eleven Shillings and Sixpence, and Associates a yearly sub- 
scription of One Guinea. The Treasurer, or some other person 
appointed by the Council, shall upon receipt of the said sub- 
scription issue a renewal certificate form, which shall be a 
sufficient receipt for the payment. Provided Members 
admitted after ist July in any year shall be liable for only 
half-year's subscription. 

Registered Students and Examinations 

7. 'No Student shall be admitted to the Students' Register 
until he or she has passed the Preliminary Examination of the 
Corporation, or has been exempted therefrom. Candidates 
granted exemption from the Preliminary Examination shall 



Bye-laws 

be awarded a Certificate to that effect, and this shall become 
the property of the Candidate. Students admitted to the 
Students' Register must comply with the Regulations and 
Bye-Laws from time to time in force, and must present them- 
selves for the Intermediate Examination within three years of 
registration, and the Final Examination within live years of 
their admission to tho Students' Register. 

Suspension of Registered Students 

8. All Students admitted to the Register shall be required 
to pay an Annual Subscription of 10/6. Provided Registered 
Students admitted after ist July in any year shall be liable for 
only half-year's subscription. In the event of the amount being 
in arrear for six months or more from the date of becoming 
due their names shall be removed from the Register unless 
a satisfactory explanation can be given to and accepted by 
the Council. 

Transfer Fee 

9. A transfer fee of 1 is. od. shall be payable by Associates 
transferred to the Fellowship degree. 

Branches and Centres of the Corporation 

10. Branches of the Corporation, consisting of Fellows, 
Associates and Registered Students, may be established sub- 
ject to the Membership of the said Branch being 50 or more, 
and also subject to the consent and approval of the Council 
of the Corporation having been obtained. 

Centres of the Corporation, consisting of Fellows, Associates 
and Registered Students, may be established subject to the 
consent and approval of the Council of the Corporation. 

The organisation and conduct of the Branches and Centres 
shall be under the supervision and control of a Local Com- 
mittee, which shall be appointed annually, and which shall 
be responsible to the Council of the Corporation for the 
carrying on of the said Branch or Centre. 

Accounts of the Branches and Centres must be prepared 
annually and, after having been certified correct by the Auditor 
of the Branch or Centre, must be forwarded to the Secretary 
of the Corporation within twenty-one days after the date of 
the Branch or Centre Annual General Meeting. 

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The Members, Officers and Committees of the Branches and 
Centres will be held responsible for all acts, contracts, debts 
and losses incurred without the sanction of the Council, and 
which thev themselves have done or joined in doing. 

In the event of any Branch or Centre being wound up or 
closed, any balance standing to the credit of the Branch or 
Centre accounts or any assets which may be in existence 
must be forwarded to the Secretary of the Corporation, the 
proceeds of which will be devoted to the Certified Secretaries' 
Benevolent Fund. 

A Member of the Branch or Centre shall not be eligible to 
hold office either as an Officer of the Branch or Centre or a 
Member of the Committee of the Branch or Centre unless 
his subscription due to the Corporation has been paid for the 
current year, and provided also that all sums due by him to 
the Corporation have been paid. 

In May of each year every Branch or Centre shall submit 
to the Council in the form prescribed by the Council, a state- 
ment of its estimated expenditure for the ensuing year, and 
the Council will make grants out of the funds of the Corpora- 
tion to meet such approved expenditure as in the opinion of 
the Council is reasonable, having regard to the activities of 
such Branch or Centre in connection with the furtherance of 
the objects of the Corporation. 

Membership of the Council 

1 1. Membership of the Council shall be open to all bona-fide 
Members whose names are on the Professional Register of the 
Corporation and who are entitled to be present at the Annual 
Meeting: provided always that no Branch, Centre or area 
other than London shall be represented by more than one 
Member resident within the area represented, and the London 
area by more than two elected members. Under no circum- 
stances whatever will candidates for membership of the Council, 
either personally or by others on their behalf, be allowed to 
canvass members of the Corporation, and any such votes 
obtained will be declared void. 



Registration of Students 

Registration of Students 

Application for studentship registration must be made on 
Form D, obtainable from the Secretary of the Corporation. 

Applicants must have attained fifteen years of age, and 
have passed or obtained exemption from the Preliminary 
Examination. 

The annual registration fee of a student is los. 6d., payable 
on the ist January. In the event of admission after 3Oth June, 
only half fee is payable to the 3ist Dec ember. At the present 
time there is no entrance fee. 

Students admitted to the Register must comply with the 
regulations and bye-laws from time to time in force, and must 
present themselves for the Intermediate Examination within 
three years, and the Final Examination within five years of 
registration. 

Privileges of Registered Students 

(1) Registered Students arc entitled to attend conferences, 
lectures and meetings held by the Branches and Centres, and 
other functions organised under the auspices of the Council. 

(2) The official publication of the Corporation, "The 
Certified Secretary," is sent free to Registered Students. This 
journal contains much useful information concerning secre- 
tarial matters, interests and duties. 

(3) The Corporation's Employment Bureau is open to 
Registered Students without any charge whatsoever. The 
Secretary will advise students of vacancies brought before his 
notice, and assist them to obtain desirable employment. 

(4) Secretarial problems and business difficulties may be 
brought before the Secretary, who will advise Registered 
Students of the correct procedure and solution of the difficulties, 
and so enable the student to develop efficiency in all masters 
of office organisation. 

(5) A student entering the Examination and failing to 
satisfy the Board of Examiners in any subject (s) is only required 



C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

to obtain a pass in the subject (s) within twelve months of the 
first attempt Students .'re informed of the subjects in which 
they have passed and failed and so they are enabled to proceed 
with their studies with a view to completing the Examination. 

(6) To join and take part in Students' Societies, Study 
Circles and educational facilities conducted by the Corporation 
and its Branches and Centres. 

(7) Registered Students are eligible to compote and qualify 
for scholarships, prizes and the awards of the Sir Cuthbert 
Grundy Medal and the Kennedy Medal. 

(8) The Library provides Registered Students with a valu- 
able service, without any charge. In the Library is a vaiiety 
of authoritative books and works on Secretaryship, Hospital Ad- 
ministration, Local Government Administration, Accountancy, 
Law, Economics, and Educational subjects. A Catalogue is 
published annually and issued free to Registered Students. 



Syllabus of Examinations 
The Examinations 

The Examinations of the Corporation are 

(A) Preliminary Examination (in subjects of General 
Education) 

(B) Intermediate Examination (in Professional Subjects) 
(c) Final Examination (in Professional Subjects) 

(D) Hospital Administration Examination 

(E) Local Government Administration Examination. 

These Examinations are held in June and December 
of each year, usually commencing upon the second 
Friday in the month. The Preliminary Examination 
occupies one day and the Intermediate and Final 
Examinations occupy two days. 

Centres of Examination are established in London 
and the provinces, in addition to other parts of the world. 

The dates and centres of Examinations arc announced 
in the Corporation's Journal. 

The latest date for receiving applications from candi- 
dates is the ist May for the June Examinations and 
the ist November for the December Examinations. 

Overseas candidates arc requested to notify the 
Secretary of the Corporation, or the Corporation's 
Representative three months previous to the date of 
Examination, of their intention to attend, so as to enable 
adequate arrangements to be completed. 

Examination entries from India and Burma, must be 
forwarded to the Hon. Representative for India on or 
before the third Friday in March and September for 
the June and December Examinations, respectively, for 
consideration of the India Advisory Committee who 
will submit them to the Council with their report. 

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Candidates who arc unable to submit their applica- 
tion by the dates mentioned above should communicate 
with the Secretary of the Corporation stating the cir- 
cumstance s and requesting permission to attend the 
Examination. 

Candidates will be notified of the date, place and time 
of Examination. 

Certificates will be awarded to successful Candidates. 

Forms of application may be obtained from the 
Secretary. 

Examination Fees 

The following Examination Fees are payable by the 
candidate on enrolment for an Examination 

*<* 

Preliminary Examination . . i i o 
Intermediate Examination . .1116 
(If taken in two sections) 

Section A . . . .150 

Section B . . . .150 

Final Examination . . .220 

(If taken in two sections) 

Part I i 1 1 6 

Part II i 1 1 6 

In the event of a candidate withdrawing his name or 
failing to present himself for examination, no fee or any 
part thereof is returned, but the Council may, on receipt 
of a satisfactory explanation, permit him to apply for 
perrrtission to attend the next Examination. Unsuccess- 
ful candidates may, on application to the Council, re- 
enter for examination within twelve months of their 
first attempt, at reduced fees. 

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Syllabus of Examinations 
The Preliminary Examination 



n 

8 



The minimum age of candidates is fifteen years. 
The following subjects are compulsory 

English. 

Arithmetic. 

(3) Geography or History. 

(4) One of the following: Geography or History 
(if not taken under 3); or Latin; or French; or 
German; or Italian; or Spanish; or Afrikaans; or 
Algebra and Geometry (one subject) ; or Book- 
keeping; or Commerce; or Shorthand. 

If a candidate fails in any of the subjects, he will be 
required to re-present only the subject or subjects in 
which he has failed, within twelve months of the first 
Examination. 

The detailed Syllabus for each subject is as follows 

1. ENGLISH (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

(a) An Essay. A choice of subjects will be allowed. 
Candidates must pay particular attention to the orderly 
development of their ideas and to clearness and ease 
of expression. Spelling, punctuation and handwriting 
will also be taken into consideration. 

(b) Precis of a prose passage. 

(c) The writing of a letter; the subject for which 
will be given. 

(d) Exercises to test knowledge of functional English 
Grammar, and of the correct use of words and phrases. 
Detailed parsing and tabular analysis will not be 
required. Exercises in paraphrase may also be included. 

2. ARITHMETIC (Time allowed, i hour) 
Arithmetical Processes British Weights and Measures 

Reduction, Four Rules, Simple Practice, Averages. 
Vulgar Fractions and Decimal Fractions. Metric System of 

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Weights and Measures. Mensuration Areas of Rect- 
angles, Triangles and Circles; Inverse problems in- 
volving Square Root; Volumes of Prisms (including 
Cylinders). Ratio, Simple Proportion, Inverse Proportion, 
Proportional Parts. Percentages, Simple Interest, Easy 
Problems in Compound Interest. Application of these 
processes to the following Retail and Wholesale Trade 
Profit and Loss, Trade Discount, Cash Discount, 
Bankers' Discount. Partnerships Allocation of Profits 
and Losses. Public Limited Companies Kinds of Stocks 
and Shares; Issue of Stocks and Shares; Interest and 
Dividends. Stock Exchange Simple cases of the transfer 
of Stocks and Shares. 



3. GEOGRAPHY OR HISTORY (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

Geography The configuration, surface characteristics, 
climate, position, natural resources, vegetation, and 
animal life of the Continents of the World. The influence 
of these factors upon the distribution of population, 
occupations and trade routes. These subjects will be 
studied in detail with special reference to the British 
Isles, and in a lesser degree to the other natural regions 
of the world : (a) British Empire, (b) Europe, (c) of the 
Americas, (d) Asia, (e) Africa. Sketch maps should be 
introduced as part of the answers wherever possible. 

History Four periods of English Hisiory will be set, 
but candidates will be required to answer questions 
from two only of these periods. The periods will be 
1066-1485, 1485-1688, 1688-1815 and 1783-1901, and 
the subject will embrace the general course of English 
History, with some references to the contemporary 
history of Europe and Colonial developments. 

A general appreciation of history and historical 
development will be more important than the mere 
memorising of details. 

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4. One of the following subjects, to be selected by the 
candidate 



( Time allowed, 2 hours} 
i. GEOGRAPHY OR HISTORY (if not taken under 3.) 

II. LANGUAGE 

Latin or French or German or Italian or Spanish or 
Afrikaans, (a} Two short prose passages for translation 
into English, (b) Composition, in the language con- 
cerned, of simple sentences, with a view to testing 
grammar and idiom, (c) Translation into language 
concerned, of a continuous prose passage, or alterna- 
tively, a free composition based on an outline (approxi- 
mately 1 20 words) . 

III. ALGEBRA AND GEOMETRY (one Subject} 

Algebra The elementary rules of Algebra leading up 
to Simple Equations; Simultaneous Equations, Quad- 
ratic Equations and Problems requiring the solution of 
equations. Factors, Fractions. The Manipulation of 
Formulae. Graphs of Algebraic Functions. 

Geometry The subject matter of Books I, II and III 
of Euclid, with special emphasis on the following points: 
Gongrucncy of Triangles; Areas of Parallelograms and 
Triangles; the properties of the Right- Angled Triangle; 
the properties of the Circle. 

Candidates must provide their own drawing instru- 
ments. 

IV. BOOK-KEEPING 

The nature, objects, and utility of Book-keeping and 
Accountancy. The theory and practice of Double Entry. 
Ledgers. Cash Books, and Books of Prime Entry. The 
Trial Balance. Trading and Profit and Loss Accounts. 
Balance Sheets. Single Entry. 

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Bills of Exchange. Bills accepted, honoured, dis- 
counted, renewed. Piomissory Notes. 

Consignments inwards and outwards. 

Depreciation. The objects of providing for deprecia- 
tion. Methods adopted : (i) as a percentage of original 
cost; (2) as a percentage of diminishing value. The 
advantages and disadvantages of one method over the 
other. 

Reserves for Bad Debts and for Discounts. 

Methods of Balancing. Sectional Balancing. Loose 
Leaf and Card Ledgers. 

Partnerships. Partners' Capital Accounts and Current 
Accounts. Interest. Drawings. Salaries. Distribution 
of Profits and Losses by agreement. 

V. COMMERCE 

General Principles. Economic Basis of Commerce. 

Demand and Supply. Markets and Marketing. 
Agents of Production. 

Commerce and Industry. History of Commerce. 

Establishment and Organisation of a Business. 
Goodwill. Advertising. Trade. Classification. Types 
of Businesses. 

Import and Export Trade. Co-operation. Stock 
Exchange. Banking and Finance. Foreign Exchanges. 
Transport. Insurance. Warehousing. Commerce and 
the State. 

VI. SHORTHAND 

The examination will comprise a test of sixty words 
per minute for five minutes. 

Writing, spelling and punctuation will be taken into 
account in marking the answers to all the papers. 

Copies of previous examination papers may be obtained on 
application to the Secretary \ price sixpence per set. 

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EXEMPTION FROM THE PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION may be granted 
by the Council to 

(a) Graduates of any University approved by the Council. 

(b) Persons who have passed any of the following ex.'uninat! MIS, 
viz. 

1. The " Rcsponsions " Examination at the University of Oxford. 

2. The "Previous" Examination at the University of Cambridge. 

3. The Matriculation or Entrance Examination of any Univcisity 

approved by the Council. 

4. The General Schools Examination of the London University. 

5. The Oxford or Cambridge School Certificate Examination. 

6. The Oxford or Cambridge Junior Local Examination. 

7. The Higher School Certificate Examination of the Universities 

of Oxford, Cambridge, Bristol, Durham, London, and of the 
Joint Matriculation Board of the Universities of Birmingham, 
Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield. 

8. The School Certificate Examination of the Central Welsh Board. 

9. The Higher Certificate Examination of the Central Welsh 

Board. 

10. The Leaving Examination of the Scottish Education Department 
Higher Grade. 

n. The Irish Intermediate Board, Senior Grade Examination or 
Senior Leaving Certificate. 

12. The Examinations of the College of Preceptors. 

13. The Senior Secondary School Certificate of the Ministry of 

Education, Northern Ireland. 

14. The School Certificate of the Universities of Bristol, Durham and 

London. 

15. The Leaving Certificate of the Irish Free State Department of 

Education. 

1 6. The Special Army Certificate. 

17. The Examinations held by the Civil Service Commissioners for 

first clerkships in the Civil Service. 

18. The National Certificate in Commerce. 

19. The Institute of Chartered Accountants Preliminary Examina- 

tion. 

20. The Society of Incorporated Accountants and Auditors Pre- 

liminary Examination. 

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21. The Institute of Bankers Preliminary Examination. 

22. The Corporation of Accountants Preliminary Examination. 

23. The London Association of Certified Accountants Preliminary 

Examination. 

24. The National Association of Local Government Oificers Pre- 

liminary Examination. 

25. The Incorporated Association of Hospital Officers Primary 

Examination. 

26. The Chartered Institute of Secretaries Preliminary Examination 

27. The London Chamber of Commerce Junior Commercial 

Education Certificate Examination. 

28. The Union of Lancashire and Cheshire Institutes Third Year 

Senior Commercial Certificate Examination. 

29. The Northern Counties Technical Examinations Council Third 

Year Senior Commercial Certificate Examination. 

30. The Union of Educational Institutions Third Year Senior 

Commercial Certificate Examination. 

31. The Royal Society of Arts Junior and Senior Certificate Exam- 

inations. 

32. The East Midlands Educational Union Senior Certificate 

Examination. 

33. The Incorporated Law Society Preliminary Examination. 

34. The Chartered Insurance Institute Preliminary Examination. 

35. The Army, Air Force and Navy Educational Certificate 

Examinations. 

Candidates not having passed any of the above examinations 
should communicate with the Secretary and submit particulars of 
their education and schools attended. 



The Intermediate Examination 

Candidates must be (a) Registered Students and (b) 
have passed the Preliminary Examination, or obtained 
exemption therefrom. 

Candidates resident in Scotland, Irish Free State and 
Countries Overseas may take the corresponding Law 

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in force there in preference to English Law, provided 
due notice is given in time for arrangements to be made. 

The following subjects are compulsory 

SECTION "A" 

(1) Accountancy. 

(2) Mercantile Law. 

(3) Economics. 

SECTION "B" 

(4) Secretarial Practice. 

(5) Company Law (or other branch of Law ap- 

proved). 

(6) One of the following 

(a) English or 

(b) Commercial Arithmetic or 

(c) Foreign Language. 

Candidates may take the complete Intermediate 
Examination at one sitting or may take it in two parts. 

If a candidate fails in any of the subjects, he will be 
required to re-present only the subject or subjects in 
which he has failed, within twelve months of the first 
Examination. 

The detailed Syllabus for each subject is as follows 
i. ACCOUNTANCY (Time allowed, 3 hours) 

The Theory of Double-entry Book-keeping; the 
Subsidiary Books; Trial Balance; Trading and Profit 
and Loss Accounts ; Balance Sheets ; Bills of Exchange ; 
Partnership Accounts and Accounts of Limited Com- 
panies; Depreciation; Reserves; Percentage Trading 
and Profit and Loss Accounts ; Manufacturing Accounts ; 
Columnar Book-keeping; Departmental Accounts; 
Branch Accounts; Self-Balancing Ledgers; Consign- 
ment Accounts; Joint Accounts; Accounts Current; 
Royalties; Income and Expenditure Accounts ; Receipts 

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and Payments Accounts; Adjustments of Errors in Books. 
The Preparation of Simple Income Tax Statements. 

2. MERCANTILE LAW (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

The General Law of Contract; Agency; Sale of 
Goods; Negotiable Instruments; Bills of Exchange; 
Cheques, Promissory Notes. 

3. ECONOMICS (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

Nature and Scope of Economics; Meanings of 
Economic Terms; The Agents of Production Land, 
Labour, Capital, Enterprise; Rent, Wages, Interest and 
Profits; The Organisation of Production ; Localisation 
of Industry; Demand and Supply; Price; Theories 
of Value; Markets; Distribution. 

In this paper attention will be directed particularly 
to testing the candidate's knowledge of fundamental 
principles. 

4. SECRETARIAL PRACTICE (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

(A) Routine work of a Secretary's Office: Office 
Organisation; Staff Control and Welfare; Office 
Machinery and Appliances; Correspondence, Filing 
and Indexing; Secretary's Duties in connection with 
Meetings; Drafting Agenda and Minutes. 

Duties of the Company Secretary, including Applica- 
tion for and Allotment of Shares; Register of Members; 
Transfer, Transmission and Forfeiture of Shares; Calls 
and Dividends; Powers of Attorney; Alteration of 
Memorandum and Articles of Association; Directors; 
Directors' and Company Meetings. 

(B) Routine work of the Secretary of a Public Body 
or Society: Office Organisation; Staff Control and 
Welfare; Office Machinery and Appliances; Corres- 
pondence, Filing and Indexing; Secretary's Duties in 

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connection with Meetings; Drafting Agenda and 
Minutes. 

Common Law Rules relating to Meetings ; Convening 
and Constitution of Meetings; Standing Orders; 
Chairman's Powers and Duties ; Motions, Amendments, 
Formal Motions; Adjournment; Voting; Minutes; 
Preservation of Order; Admission of the Press; De- 
famation and Available Defences. 

It is intended that Section "A" of this subject shall 
be taken by candidates who are employed in the offices 
of registered companies, and that Section "B" shall be 
taken by candidates employed by other bodies, e.g. 
Local Authorities, Building Societies, Government 
Departments, etc. 

5. COMPANY LAW (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

Incorporation of a Joint Slock Company; Public 
and Private Companies; Memorandum and Articles; 
The Promoter; His Legal Position; How a Company 
Contracts; Prospectus; Offers for Sale; Share Hawk- 
ing; Statement in Lieu of Prospectus; Minimum 
Subscription ; Allotment ; Commencement of Business ; 
Register of Members; Annual Return and Summary; 
Shares and Capital; Discounts and Commissions; 
Calls; Forfeiture; Surrender; Alteration of Share- 
holder's Rights; Alterations of Capital; Transfer of 
Shares; Dividends; Borrowing Powers; Debentures; 
Registration of Mortgages and Charges; Directors; 
Investigation of Company's Affairs; Meetings and 
Resolutions; Accounts and Balance Sheet; Subsidiary 
Companies; Auditors; Amalgamation and Recon- 
struction. 

The main requirement in this subject will be a sound 
knowledge of the relevant provisions of the Companies 
Act, 1929. 

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OR WITH THE PERMISSION OF THE COUNCIL ONE OF THE 
FOLLOWING BRANCHES OF LAW 

LAW RELATING TO SHIPPING 

General Knowledge of Law as to Ownership, Mort- 
gage and Registration of British ships: Carriage of 
Goods by Sea; Charter Parties and Rills of Lading; 
The elementary rules relating to policies of Marine 
Insurance. 

LAW RELATING TO BANKING 

A General Knowledge of the Nature of Banking and 
the Functions of the Banker. The Statute Law relating 
to Bills of Exchange, Cheques and Promissory Notes, 
particularly in regard to the Duties, Obligations and 
Rights of Parties; Definition of Terms ; Endorsements; 
Rules for Acceptance, Payment and Dishonour; Pro- 
tection afforded to Bankers, Paying and Collecting 
Crossed and Uncrossed Cheques and other Banking 
Instruments; Definition of Banking Terms. Stamp 
Duties (Act of 1891). Elementary questions will also 
be set on The Banker's Ordinary Relations with his 
Customers; The Opening and Conduct of Accounts; 
The Bank Pass-Book; Set-off; Lien; The Banker's 
Responsibility in respect of Articles left with him for 
Safe Custody. 

LAW RELATING TO INSURANCE 

The Law relating to one of the following Branches of 
Insurance 

Fire General Law and Practice; the Contract of 
Fire Insurance and the Conditions relating thereto; 
Representations and Warranties. 

Life (excluding Industrial) General Law and Prac- 
tice; Nature of the Contract; Policy Conditions; Life 
Assurance Act, 1774; Assignments; Representations 
and Warranties. 

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Accident General Law and Practice; Personal, 
Property and Liability Insurance. 

Marine General Law and Practice; the Contract 
of Marine Insurance and the Documents of the Contract; 
Classes of Loss; General Average. 

Health and Pensions National Health Insurance Act, 
1936; Widows', Orphans' and Old Age Contributory 
Pensions Act, 1936, and Rules. 

Unemployment Unemployment Insurance Acts, 1934- 
1936, and Rules. 

LAW RELATING TO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE 

General Knowledge of the Local Government Act, 
1929 (Part i), Public Assistance (Casual Poor) Order, 
1931 ; The Poor Law Act, 1930; The Public Assistance 
Order, 1930; The Relief Regulation Order, 1930; 
The Unemployment Act, 1934. 

LAW RELATING TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND 
MUNICIPALITIES 

General Knowledge of the Local Government, 
Public Health and Municipal Corporations Acts. The 
Parish Council; Rural District Council; Urban District 
Council; Borough and County Borough Councils; 
County Council. 

LAW RELATING TO RATING 

Authorities and Areas; Liability of Owners; Valua- 
tion Lists; Rateable Values; Making a Rate; Objec- 
tions; Appeals; Recovery of Rates; Exemptions; 
Assessments of Land and Buildings; De-rating; Pro- 
ceedings of Committees. 

LAW RELATING TO REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY 

Real and Personal Property distinguished and defined ; 
Types of Land and Property Tenure; Difference 

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between Legal and Equitable Interests; Estates in Fee 
Simple and other Interests; Wills of Real Property, 
Reversions, Remainders and Executory Interests; 
Husband and Wife Interests in Real Property; Differ- 
ence between Choses in Possession and Ghoses in Action; 
The Law in reference to Chattels; Wills of Personal 
Property and Interests of Husband and Wife in Personal 
Property. 

LAW RELATING TO TRANSPORT 

General Knowledge of Law of Common Carriers; 
Contracts of Carriage; The Railway Clauses Act, 1845; 
Regulation of Railways Acts; Railway and Canal 
Traffic Acts; Road Traffic Act, 1930; Road and Rail 
Traffic Act, 1933. 

LAW RELATING TO GAS 

Gas Works Clauses Acts, 1847 anc ^ I ^7 I > Sale of Gas 
Acts, 1859 and 1860; Gas Regulation Act, 1920; 
Gas Undertaking Acts, 1929, 1932 and 1934; Model 
Gas Bill; Constitution of Company and Statutory 
Provisions. 



LAW RELATING TO WATER 

The Constitution of Water Authorities under the 
Companies Acts; The Public Health Acts; The Gas 
and Water Works Facilities Acts and Special Acts of 
Parliament; General Law as to Water Supply; Con- 
struction and Maintenance of Water Works. 

LAW RELATING TO ELECTRICITY SUPPLY 

Electricity Supply and Lighting Acts, and Regula- 
tions issued by the Board of Trade and Electricity Com- 
missioners. Constitution and Powers of Electric Power 
Companies. 

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LAW RELATING TO EDUCATION 

The Law governing the Administration of the State 
system of Education with special reference to the 
Education Act, 1921, Education (Institution Children) 
Act, 1923, Teachers (Superannuation) Act, 1925, 
Education (Local Authorities) Act, 1031, Children and 
Young Persons Act, 1933, and Unemployment Insurance 
Act, 1935, Education Act, 1936. 

LAW RELATING TO LUNACY 

Lunacy Acts, 1890-1922, and the Mental Treatment 
Act, 1930. Rules and Regulations of the Board of 
Control; The Visiting Committee; Admission and 
Organisation of Patients. 

LAW RELATING TO HOSPITALS 

A general knowledge of the Law affecting Hospitals. 
Negligence liability of Hospitals to (a) Patients, (b) 
Staff, (c) Other Persons. Births, Deaths, Inquests; 
Insurances; Endowments; Legacies; Investments; 
Income Tax; National Health Insurance Act; Unem- 
ployment Insurance Act; Employers' Liability Act, 
Workmen's Compensation Act; Road Traflic Act, 
1930; Local Government Act, 1929; Mental Treatment 
Act, 1930. 

LAW AND PRACTICE RELATING TO BUILDING SOCIETIES 

General Knowledge of the principles of the Building 
Societies Acts, Constitution and Functions of a Building 
Society. Loans, Deposits, Mortgages; Building Society 
Rules; Investments; Shares; Officers and Share- 
holders. Income Tax (special provisions). 

Or other Branch of Law approved by the Council. 

60. ENGLISH (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

(a) An Essay on some specified subject, a choice of 
which will be given; (b) a Business Letter or Report; 

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(c) Precis of a passage of prose; (d) Criticism and 
Correction of Sentences; (e) Meaning and use of 
Words and Phrases. 

In this paper particular attention will be given to 
handwriting, spelling and punctuation. Style, clearness 
of diction and the avoidance of objectionable stereo- 
typed phrases are also important. 

6b. COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

The Syllabus of the Preliminary Examination in 
Arithmetic together with Simple Ideas of Approxima- 
tions Degrees of Approximations necessary for obtaining 
results to specified Degrees of Accuracy; Compound 
Practice; Decimalization of Money by Inspection. 
Conversion of Quantities and Prices from British System to 
Metric System and vice versa (the relations between the 
standard units need not be memorized). Harder Ex- 
amples of Compound Interest. Note: A knowledge of 
Logarithms is not essential. Application of Arithmetical 
Processes to the following Foreign Trade Account Sales; 
Accounts Current; Average Due Date; Preparation of 
Invoices; Import Duties. Banking Loans; Discounting 
of Inland and Foreign Bills of Exchange ; Rates of Ex- 
change. Stock Exchange Transfer of Stocks and Shares; 
Brokerage; Transfer Duties. Bankruptcy Preferential 
Claims; " Secured " and "Unsecured" Creditors. 

6c. FOREIGN LANGUAGE (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

Grammar. Translation from and into the Foreign 
Language. Commercial Terms. Commercial Corres- 
pondence. 

Copies of previous examination papers may be obtained on 
application to the Secretary, price sixpence per set. 

EXEMPTION FROM THE INTERMEDIATE EXAMINATION ma/ 

be granted only in certain cases, and candidates are 
advised to submit to the Secretary full particulars of 
their qualifications, education and examinations passed. 

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Candidates who have been successful in the Exam- 
inations conducted by approved Universities and 
Technical Schools may be granted exemption from no 
more than four subjects of the Intermediate Examir -\tior. 
Graduates in Commerce, Arts, Law or Science of 
Universities in Great Britain, Northern Ireland and the 
Irish Free State, and those holding degrees and diplomas 
of any University approved by the Council, and those 
who have passed the Final Examination of the Bar 
Council; the Law Society; the Scottish Law Agent 
Society; the Institute of Chartered Accountants; 
the Chartered Accountants of Scotland; the Institute 
of Chartered Accountants in Ireland; the Institute of 
Chartered Accountants in Australia; the Institute 
of Bankers; the Institute of Bankers in Scotland; the 
Society of Incorporated Accountants and Auditors; 
the London Association of Certified Accountants; the 
Corporation of Accountants; the Institute of Cost and 
Works Accountants; the Institute of Municipal 
Treasurers and Accountants; the Institute of Bankers in 
South Africa; the Australasian Corporation of Public 
Accountants; the Commonwealth Institute of Ac- 
countants; the Federal Institute of Accountants; the 
Institute of Incorporated Accountants of New South 
Wales; the Association of Accountants in Australia; the 
Institute of Public Accountants of Australasia; the 
New Zealand Society of Accountants; the Institution 
of Certified Public Accountants; the Chartered Insti- 
tute of Secretaries; the Incorporated Association of 
Hospital Officers; the Association of Clerks and 
Stewards of Mental Hospitals; the National Association 
of Local Government Officers; the Australasian In- 
stitute of Secretaries; the Australasian Institute of 
Cost Accountants and the Incorporated Association of 
Rating and Valuation Officers may claim exemption 
from not more than four subjects of the Intermediate 
Examination. 

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The Final Examination 

Candidates for admission to the Final Examination 
must be Registered Students, and have passed the 
Preliminary and Intermediate Examinations of the 
Corporation or have been exempted therefrom. 

Candidates resident in Scotland, the Irish Free State 
and Countries Overseas may elect to take the corres- 
ponding Law in force there, in preference to English 
Law, provided due notice is given in time for arrange- 
ments to be made. 

The following subjects are compulsory 

PART I 

(1) Accountancy. 

(2) Secretarial Practice. 

(3) Law and Conduct of and Procedure at 

Meetings. 

PART II 

(4) Mercantile Law. 

(5) Economics. 

(6) One of the following 

(a) Company Law (or other branch of Law ap- 
proved). 

(b) Banking and Exchange. 

(c) Foreign Language. 

Candidates may take the complete Final Examination 
at one sitting or may take it in two parts. 

If a candidate fails in any of the subjects, he will be 
required to re-present only the subject or subjects in 
which he has failed within twelve months of the first 
Examination. 

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The detailed Syllabus for each subject is as follows 

i. ACCOUNTANCY (Time allowed, 3 hours) 

The subjects of the Intermediate Examination in 
Advanced form. Sinking Funds; Depreciation Funds; 
Amalgamation and Absorption of Companies; Altera- 
tions of Capital ; Reconstructions; Holding Companies ; 
Liquidation and Winding-up of Companies; State- 
ment of Affairs in Bankruptcy; Deficiency Accounts; 
Marine Insurance Funds; Accounts of Insurance Com- 
panies and Banks; Double Account System; Books 
kept by Single Entry; Hire-Purchase and Instalment 
Payment Accounts; Investment Accounts; Elementary 
Costs Accounts. A more detailed knowledge of Income 
Tax than was required for the Intermediate Examina- 
tion. 



2. SECRETARIAL PRACTICE (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

(A) Duties of the Company Secretary in greater 
detail, including Share Transactions; Payment of 
Dividends; Accounts, Audit and Investigations; 
Amalgamation and Reconstructions; Directors' and 
Company Meetings. 

(B) Routine work of the Secretary of a Public Body 
or Society in greater detail, including Records and 
Routine; Control of Finance; Duties in connection 
with Meetings of Managing Body and Committees 
thereof. 

It is intended that Section "A" of this subject shall 
be taken by candidates who are employed in the offices 
of registered companies, and that Section "B" shall be 
taken by candidates employed by other bodies, e.g., 
Local Authorities, Building Societies, or Government 
Departments, etc. 

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3. LAW AND CONDUCT OF AND PROCEDURE AT MEETINGS 

(Time allowed, 2 hours) 

(A) Common Law Rules relating to Meetings so 
far as they affect Convening and Constitution of Meet- 
ings; Standing Orders; Agenda and Minutes; Chair- 
man's Powers and Duties; Motions; Amendments, 
Formal Motions; Adjournment; Voting and Proxies. 

(B) Common Law Rules relating to Meetings so far 
as they affect Defamation; Justification, Fair Comment 
and Privilege; Preservation of Order and Practice of 
the Police in relation thereto; Right of Public Meeting; 
Public Meetings Act, 1908; Admission of the Press. 

(C) The Law relating to Meetings of Directors and 
Members of Companies under the Companies Act, 

1929- 

(D) The Law relating to Meetings of Local Authori- 
ties. 



Section "A" is compulsory for all candidates, but 
candidates will be required to present in addition only 
one of the Sections "B," "C" or "D." 

4. MERCANTILE LAW (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

The subjects of the Intermediate Syllabus in greater 
detail and, in addition, the Law relating to Partnership, 
Bankruptcy and Carriage and Affreightment. 

5. ECONOMICS (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

The Intermediate Syllabus in greater detail; Money 
and Banking; The Value of Monetary Units ; Currency 
and Credit; The Trade Cycle; Theory of International 
Trade; Foreign Exchanges; Economic Functions and 
Activities of the State; The Principles of Taxation. 

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6a. COMPANY LAW (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

The Intermediate Syllabus in greater detail and, in 
addition, the Winding-up of Companies under the Com- 
panies Act, 1929, (a) by the Court, (b) voluntarily, 
(c) under the Supervision of the Court. 

OR WITH THE PERMISSION OF THE COUNCIL ONE OV THE 
FOLLOWING BRANCHES AT LAW 

LAW RELATING TO SHIPPING 

A knowledge of the Law as to Ownership, Mortgage 
and Registration of British ships; Carriage of Goods by 
Sea; Charter Parties and Bills of Lading; The Ele- 
mentary Rules relating to Policies of Marine Insurance 

LAW RELATING TO BANKING 

Candidates will be expected to possess a knowledge of 
the Conduct of Accounts, both Personal and Im- 
personal, particularly in relation to Companies, Public 
Authorities, and Societies; Set-off"; Banker's Inquiries 
(Lord Tenterden's Act) ; The Banker as Bailee and 
Agent; Securities against Loans and Advances, includ- 
ing Guarantees, Stocks and Shares, Goods, Mortgages, 
Debentures ; Pledge and Lien ; Payment and Collection 
of Cheques and Bills. 

Questions will also be set on the General Principles 
of Commercial Law relating to Banking, including the 
Law of Bankruptcy, and the Law of Property. 

LAW RELATING TO INSURANCE 

The Law relating to one of the following branches of 
Insurance 

Pi re The Law Generally; Insurable Interest; In- 
demnity; Subrogation; Contribution; Good Faith; 
Claims; Assurance Companies Act, 1909. 

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Life The Law relating to Life Assurance; Assurance 
Companies Act, 1909. 

Accident The Law Generally; Insurablc Interest; 
Indemnity; Subrogation; Contribution; Good Faith; 
Claims; Assurance Companies Act, 1909. 

Marine The Law Generally. Marine Insurance 
Acts, 1906-1909. 

Health and Pensions The Law Generally; National 
Health and Pensions Insurance Act and Rules. 

Unemployment The Law Generally, and Rules issued 
by the Ministry of Labour. 



LAW RELATING TO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE 

A knowledge of the Local Government Act, 1929 
(Part i). Public Assistance (Casual Poor) Order, 1931. 
The Poor Law Act, 1930. The Public Assistance Order, 
1930- The Relief Regulation Order, 1930. The Un- 
employment Act, 1934. 

LAW RELATING TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND 
MUNICIPALITIES 

A knowledge of the Local Government, Public Health 
and Municipal Corporations Acts. The Parish Coun- 
cil; Rural District Council; Urban District Council; 
Borough and County Borough Councils; County 
Council. 

LAW RELATING TO RATING 

Authorities and Areas; Liability of Owners; Valua- 
tion Lists; Rateable Values; Making a rate; Objec- 
tions; Appeals; Recovery of Rates; Exemptions; 
Assessments of Land and Buildings; De-rating; Pro- 
ceedings of Committee, in greater detail. 

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LAW RELATING TO REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY 

Real and Personal Property Distinguished and De- 
fined; Types of Land and Property Tenure; Difference 
between Legal and Equitable Interests; Estates in Fee 
Simple and other Interests; Wills of Real Property, 
Reversions, Remainders and Executory Imprests; 
Husband and Wife Interest in Real Property; Difference 
between Choses in Possession and Choses in Action; 
The Law in reference to Chattels; Wills of Personal 
Property and Interests of Husband and Wife in Personal 
Property, in greater detail. 

LAW RELATING TO TRANSPORT 

A knowledge of Law of Common Carriers; Contracts 
of Carriage; The Railway Clauses Act, 1845; Regula- 
tion of Railways Acts ; Railway and Canal Traffic Acts ; 
Ruad Traffic Act, 1930; Road and Rail Traffic Act, 
1933- 

LAW RELATING TO GAS 

Gas Works Clauses Acts, 1847 and 1871; Sale of 
Gas Acts, 1859 and 1860; Gas Regulation Act, 1920; 
Gas Undertaking Acts, 1929, 1932 and 1934; Model 
Gas Bill; Constitution of Company and Statutory 
Provisions, in greater detail. 

LAW RELATING TO WATER 

The Constitution of Water Authorities under the 
Companies Acts; The Public Health Acts; The Gas 
and Water Works Facilities Acts and Special Acts of 
Parliament; General Law as to Water Supply; Con- 
struction and Maintenance of Water Works, in greater 
detail. 

LAW RELATING TO ELECTRICITY SUPPLY 

Electricity Supply and Lighting Acts, and Regula- 
tions issued by the Board of Trade and Electricity 

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Commissioners. The Constitution and Powers of 
Electric Power Companies, in greater detail. 

LAW RELATING TO EDUCATION 

The Law governing the Administration of the State 
System of Education with special reference to the Educa- 
tion Act, 1921, Education (Institution Children) Act, 
1923, Teachers (Superannuation) Act, 1925; Educa- 
tion (Local Authorities) Act, 1931; Children and 
Young Persons Act, 1933, and Unemployment Insur- 
ance Act, 1935, Education Act, 1936, in greater detail. 

LAW RELATING TO LUNACY 

Lunacy Acts, 1890-1922, and the Mental Treatment 
Act, 1930. Rules and Regulations of the Board of 
Control. The Visiting Committee. Admission and 
Organisation of Patients, in greater detail. 

LAW RELATING TO HOSPITALS 

The subjects of the Intermediate Examination in 
advanced form; General Law of Property; Law of 
Mortmain and Charitable Uses; Mortgages, Leases, 
Deeds, etc.; Purchase and Sale of Property ; Executor- 
ships; Wills; Legal Responsibilities of Hospitals and 
their Officers; Legislation affecting Hospitals; Public 
Trustee Act, 1925; Road Traffic Act, 1930; Local 
Government Act, 1929; Mental Treatment Act, 1930; 
Finance Acts, etc. 

LAW AND PRACTICE RELATING TO BUILDING SOCIETIES 

A knowledge of the Statute and Case-Law relating to 
Building Societies; Constitution and Functions of a 
Building Society. Loans, Deposits, Mortgages ; Building 
Society Rules; Investments; Borrowing Powers; 
Shares; Officers and Shareholders. Income Tax 
(special provisions). 

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6b. BANKING AND EXCHANGE (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

Functions and Services of Banks; Bankers' Duties 
in connection with Customers generally and with special 
classes of Customers; Consideration of the Dihorcnt 
Securities Accepted against Loans and Overdrafts; 
Bills, Cheques and other Instruments for the Payment 
of Money; The Bankers' Clearing House. The Bank 
of England and the London Money Market; The 
London Stock Exchange; Money Credit and Prices; 
Commercial and Financial Crises; Monetary Systems. 
Theory of Foreign Exchange; Mint Parity, Specie 
Points and Purchasing Power Parity; International 
Indebtedness and the Methods of Settlement. Different 
Forms of Gold Standard; Paper Exchanges; Foreign 
Exchange Terms and the Meaning of the Different 
Rates Quoted; Forward Exchange; Exchange Restric- 
tions; Personal and Commercial Credits. 

6c. FOREIGN LANGUAGE (Time allowed, >2 hours) 

Grammar, translation from and into the Foreign 
Language. Commercial Terms. Commercial Corres- 
pondence. 

The Syllabus for the Preliminary, Intermediate and 
Final examinations is intended only as a guide, and docs 
not limit the scope of the examination. 

Copies of previous examination papers may be obtained on 
application to the Secretary, price sixpence per set. 



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Hospital Administration 

The Corporation has instituted Examinations in 
Hospital Administration. 

The Preliminary Examination 

The following subjects are compulsory 

(1) English. 

(2) Arithmetic. 

(3) Geography or History. 

(4) One of the following: Geography or History 
(if not taken under 3); or Latin; or French; or 
German; or Italian; or Spanish; or Afrikaans; or 
Algebra and Geometry (one subject); or Book- 
keeping; or Commerce; or Shorthand. 

The detailed Syllabus is printed on pages 55-58. 

The Intermediate Examination 

Candidates must be Registered Students and have 
passed the Preliminary Examination, or obtained 
exemption therefrom. 

Candidates resident in Scotland, the Irish Free State 
and Countries Overseas may elect to take the corres- 
ponding Law in force there, in preference to English 
Law, provided due notice is given in time for arrange- 
ments to be made. 

The following subjects are compulsory 
SECTION "A" 

(1) Hospital Accountancy. 

(2) Mercantile Law. 

(3) Economics. 

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SECTION "B" 

(4) Hospital Secretarial Practice. 

(5) Hospital Law. 

(6) Hospital Organisation and Management. 

Candidates may take the complete Intermediate 
Examination at one sitting or may take it in two parts. 

If a candidate fails in any of the subjects he will be 
required to re-present only the subject or subjects in 
which he has failed within twelve months of the first 
Examination. 

The detailed Syllabus for each subject is as follows 

1. HOSPITAL ACCOUNTANCY (Time allowed, 3 hours) 

Principles of double-entry book-keeping up to Trial 
Balance. Nature of Trading and Profit and Loss 
Accounts and Balance Sheets. Distinction between 
Capital Receipts and Payments and Revenue (Main- 
tenance). Income and Expenditure. Books used in 
Hospital Accounting (a) Income Journals; (b) Ex- 
penditure Journals; (c) Ledgers. The Revised Uniform 
System of Hospital Accounts. Principles of Cost Ac- 
counts. Control of Expenditure (a) General; (b) De- 
partmental. Statistics, Graphs, Comparative Returns. 

2. MERCANTILE LAW (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

The General Law of Contract; Agency; Sale of 
Goods; Negotiable Instruments; Bills of Exchange; 
Cheques, Promissory Notes. 

3. ECONOMICS (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

Nature and Scope of Economics; Meanings of 
Economic Terms; The Agents of Production Land, 
Labour, Capital, Enterprise, Rent, Wages, Interest and 
Profits; The Organisation of Production; Localisation 

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of Industry; Demand and Supply; Price; Theories of 
Value; Markets; Distribution. 

In this paper attention will be directed particularly 
to testing the candidate's knowledge of fundamental 
principles. 

4. HOSPITAL SECRETARIAL PRACTICE (Time allowed, 2 
hours) 

Office Organisation and Routine. Correspondence. 
Indexing, Filing, Procedure at Meetings Notice, 
Agenda, Resolutions, Minutes, Drafting Reports 

(a) General; (b) Special. 

5. HOSPITAL LAW (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

A general knowledge of the Law affecting Hospitals. 
Negligence liability of Hospitals to (a) Patients; 

(b) Staff; (c) Other Persons. Births, Deaths, Inquests; 
Insurances; Endowments; Legacies; Investments; 
Income Tax; Road Traffic Acts. 

6. HOSPITAL ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT 

( Time allowed, 2 hours) 

SECTION I 

(a) The Organisation of a Hospital. Types of 
Organisation. Functions of various Administrative 
Departments House Governor, Secretary, Appeal, 
Accountant, Steward, Clerk of Works and/or Engineer, 
Matron, Pharmacist, Almoner (Social Service), etc. 
General outline of Medical, Nursing and Social Service 
Organisation. 

(b) Patients Admission. Discharge and Registration. 
Rules and Regulations. Contributions by and on behalf 
of Patients. Contributory Schemes. 

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SECTION II 
HOSPITAL PURCHASE OF SUPPLIES 

Consumable Commodities, Equipment , Quotations, 
Orders, Receipt and Issue of Stores. Stores Records. 
Control of Consumption. Comparative Returns. 

Copies of previous examination papers may be obtained on 
application to the Secretary y price sixpence per set. 



Hospital Administration 
The Final Examination 

Candidates for admission to the Final Examination 
must be Registered Students, and have passed the Pre- 
liminary and Intermediate Examinations in Hospital 
Administration, or have been exempted therefrom. 

Candidates resident in Scotland, the Irish Free State 
and Countries Overseas may elect to take the corres- 
ponding Law in force there, in preference to English 
Law, provided due notice is given in time for arrange- 
ments to be made. 

The following sul ejects are compulsory 

PART I 

(1) Hospital Accountancy. 

(2) Hospital Secretarial Practice. 

(3) Law and Conduct of and Procedure at Meetings. 

PART II 

(4) Hospital Law. 

55) Economics. 
6) Hospital Organisation and Management. 
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Candidates may take the complete Final Examination 
at one sitting, or may take it in two parts. 

If a candidate fails in any of the subjects, he will be 
required to re-present only the subject or subjects in 
which he has failed, within twelve months of the first 
Examination. 

The detailed Syllabus for each subject is as follows 

1. HOSPITAL ACCOUNTANCY (Time allowed, 3 hours) 
The Revised Uniform System of Hospital Accounts. 

Preparation of Complete Accounts from Trial Balance. 
General Accounts of Income and Expenditure. Special 
Accounts Trust Funds, Endowments, Investments, 
Loans, Sinking Funds, Building Funds, Depreciation 
Funds, etc. Internal Control. Organisation of Financial 
Administration. Departmentalisation of Expenditure, 
Cost Accounts, Unit Costs. Financial Reports and 
Returns. 

Statistics. Investigations Prices, Wages, Population, 
Accommodation, Expenditure, Costs, etc. Collection, 
Definition, Classification and Tabulation of Data, 
Averages. Percentages. Presentation of Statistics 
(a) Financial; (b) Quantity, Diagrams and Graphs 
Nature and use of for (a) Publicity; (b) Management. 

2. HOSPITAL SECRETARIAL PRACTICE ( Time allowed, 2 hours) 
Office Organisation and Routine; Correspondence; 

Indexing, Filing, Procedure at Meetings, Notice, 
Agenda, Resolutions, Minutes, Drafting Reports (a) 
General, (b) Special. Hospital Appeals Principles 
underlying Appeals; Various Methods; Organisation 
of Appeals; Costs; Central Funds; Hospital Publicity. 

3. LAW AND CONDUCT OF AND PROCEDURE AT MEETINGS 

( Time allowed, 2 hours) 

(A) Common Law Rules relating to Meetings so 
far as they affect Convening and Constitution of 

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Meetings; Standing Orders; Agenda and Minutes; 
Chairman's Powers and Duties; Motions; Amend- 
ments, Formal Motions: Adjournment; Voting and 
Proxies. 

(B) Common Law Rules relating to Meetings so far 
as they affect Defamation; Justification, l ; air Comment 
and Privilege; Preservation of Order and Practice of 
the Police in relation thereto; Right of Public Meeting; 
Public Meetings Act, 1908; Admission oi the Press. 

(C) The Law relating to the Meetings of Directors 
and Members of Companies under the Companies Act, 

1929- 

(D) The Law relating to Meetings of Local Authori- 
ties. 

Section "A" is compulsory for all candidates, but 
candidates will be required to present in addition only 
one of the Sections " B, " " C, " or " D." 

4. HOSPITAL LAW (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

The subjects of the Intermediate Examination in 
advanced form. General Law of Property. Law of 
Mortmain and Charitable Uses. Mortgages, Leases, 
Deeds, etc. Purchase and Sale of Property. Executor- 
ships. Wills. Legal Responsibilities of Hospitals and 
their Officers. Legislation affecting Hospitals. Public 
Trustee Act, 1925. Road Traffic Acts. Local Govern- 
ment Act, 1929. MentalTrcatmenl Act, 1930. Finance 
Acts, etc. 

5. ECONOMICS (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

The Intermediate Syllabus as specified on page 79 in 
greater detail; Money and Banking; The Value of 
Monetary Units; Currency and Credits; The Trade 

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Cycle; Theory of International Trade; Foreign Ex- 
changes; Economic Functions and Activities of the 
State; The Principles of Taxation. 

6. HOSPITAL ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT 

(Time allowed, 2 hours) 

SECTION I 

(A) Origin and growth of Hospitals : (a) Voluntary; 
(b) Municipal. Functions, Powers and Duties. Medical 
Schools, Convalescent Homes, Clinics, Samaritan Funds, 
etc. Co-ordination of Hospital and Medical Services. 

(B) Foundation of Voluntary Hospitals, Constitution. 
Bye-laws. Government. Boards of Management. Com- 
mittees. Types of Organisation. Administrative Depart- 
ments and Officers Powers and Duties. Organisation 
of Medical, Nursing and Social Service Activities. 
Special Departments. The Kitchen. The Laundry. 

SECTION II 

(C) Patients. Types of Patients. In-Patients. Out- 
Pa tients and Casualties. Private Paying Patients. 
Admission, Discharge and Registration Systems. Re- 
cords. Rules and Regulations. Accommodation. Co- 
operation of Voluntary and Municipal Hospitals. 
Payment by or on behalf of Patients. Contributory 
Schemes General Principles, Organisation, etc. Social 
Service Agencies for Relief, etc. Purchase of Supplies 
Various Methods, Equipment, Consumable Com- 
modities, Quotations, Tenders, Contracts. Receipt and 
issue of Supplies. Stores Organisation. Stores Accounts. 
Inventories. Control of Consumption. Statistics of 
Quantities. Co-operative Purchasing. Standardisation. 

(D) Basic Laws of Hospital Planning, Preparation 
and Examination of Plans. Procedure re Extensions. 
Methods of ascertaining Cost. Building Tenders and 

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Contracts. Renewals and Repairs. General Main- 
tenance, including Property belonging to Hospitab, 
Annual Cleaning. The Works Department. Super- 
vision of Labour. Fire Prevention. 

The Syllabus for the Preliminary, Intermediate and 
Final Examinations is intended only as a guide and docs 
not limit the scope of the Examination. 

Copies of previous examination papers may be obtained on 
application to the Secretory, price sixpence per set. 



C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

Local Government Administration 

The Corporation has instituted Examinations in 
Local Government Administration. 

The Preliminary Examination 

The following subjects are compulsory 



(I 

(2 

(3 
(4 



English. 

Arithmetic. 

Geography or History. 

One of the following: Geography or History 



(if not taken under 3); or Latin; or French; or 
German; or Italian; or Spanish; or Afrikaans; or 
Algebra and Geometry (one subject); or Book- 
keeping; or Commerce; or Shorthand. 

The detailed Syllabus is printed on pages 55-58. 



The Intermediate Examination 

Candidates must be Registered Students and have 
passed the Preliminary Examination, or obtained exemp- 
tion therefrom. 

Candidates resident in Scotland, the Irish Free State 
and Countries Overseas may elect to take the corres- 
ponding Law in force there, in preference to English 
Law, provided due notice is given in time for arrange- 
ments to be made. 

The following subjects are compulsory 

SECTION "A" 

(1) Local Government Finance and Accountancy. 

(2) Mercantile Law. 

(3) Economics. 

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SECTION "B" 
(4) Secretarial Practice as applied to Local 

Authorities. 

Local Government Law. 
Local Government Administration. 

Candidates may take the complete Intermediate 
Examination at one sitting or may take it in two parts. 

If a candidate fails in any of the subjects, he will be 
required to re-present only the subject or subjects in 
which he has failed, within twelve months of the first 
Examination. 

The detailed Syllabus for each subject is as follows 

1. LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCE AND ACCOUNTANCY 

( Time allowed, 3 hours) 

Double and Single Entry Book-keeping; Double 
Account System as applied to Local Authorities and 
Trading Undertakings; Commercial Accounts; Pub- 
lished Final Accounts and Financial Books of Local 
Authorities and Trading Undertakings such as Gas, 
Water, Electricity; Capital or Loan Expenditure. 
Simple Income Tax Statements. Outlines of Statistics, 
with particular reference to Local Government. Scope 
and Meaning of Statistics, Vital Statistics and Published 
Statistics. 

2. MERCANTILE LAW (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

The General Law of Contract; Agency; Sale of 
Goods; Negotiable Instruments; Bills of Exchange; 
Cheques, Promissory Notes. 

3. ECONOMICS (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

Nature and Scope of Economics; Meanings of 
Economic Terms; The Agents of Production Land, 
Labour, Capital, Enterprise; Rent, Wages, Interest 
and Profits; The Organisation of Production; Localisa- 

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tion of Industry; Demand and Supply; Price; Theories 
of Value; Markets; Distribution. 

In this paper attention will be directed particularly 
to testing the candidate's knowledge of fundamental 
principles. 

4. SECRETARIAL PRACTICE AS APPLIED TO LOCAL AUTHOR- 
ITIES (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

Notices of Meetings; Agenda, Minutes, Indexing, 
Filing; Precis writing; Proofreading; Office Organisa- 
tion; Records. 

5. LOCAL GOVERNMENT LAW (Time allowed, 2 hours) 
General Principles of Liability of Local Authorities; 

Ultra vires; The General Law of Master and Servant 
and its application to Local Authorities. Superannuation 
Health Insurance. The Powers and Duties of Local 
Authorities in relation to (a) Rating and Valuation, 
(b) Police, (c) Public Health, (d) Highways and 
Streets, (e) Housing, (/) Town and Country Planning, 
(g) Allotments, (h) Education. 

The Law relating to Gas, Water and Electricity 
Undertakings. Police and County Court Practice, 
Government Inquiries, Arbitration. 

6. LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION 

(Time allowed 2 hour*) 

General Principles of Local Government in England 
and Wales and Scotland. Control, Constitution, Scope 
and Powers of Central Departments of State and Local 
Authorities; Private Street Works; Rating and Valua- 
tion; Law and Procedure at Meetings; Education 
Elementary and Higher; Transport, Electricity, Gas 
and Water Administration; Public Health; Housing 
and Town Planning; An Essay on a subject of Local 
Government Interest. 

Copies of previous examination papers may be obtained on 
application to the Secretary, price sixpence per set. 

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Examinations in Local Government 

Local Government Administration 
The Final Examination 

Candidates for admission to the Final Examination 
must be Registered Students and have passed the 
Preliminary .and Intermediate Examination in Local 
Government Administration, or have been exempted 
therefrom. 

Candidates resident in Scotland, the Irish Free State 
and Countries Overseas may elect to take the corres- 
ponding Law in force there, in preference to English 
Law, provided due notice is given in time for arrange- 
ments to be made. 

The following subjects are compulsory 

PART I 

(1) Local Government Finance and Accountancy. 

(2) Local Government Administration (including 

Secretarial Practice as applied to Local 
Authorities). 

(3) Law and Conduct of and Procedure at Meetings. 

PART II 

(4) Local Government Law. 

(5) Economics. 

(6) General Principles of Public Administration. 

Candidates may take the complete Final Examination 
at one sitting, or may take it in two parts. 

If a candidate fails in any of the subjects, he will be 
required to re-present only the subject or subjects in 
which he has failed, within twelve months of the first 
Examination. 

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The detailed Syllabus for each subject is as follows 

1. LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCE AND ACCOUNTANCY 

(Time allowed, 3 hours) 

Accountancy: The Intermediate Syllabus in a more 
advanced form, and, in addition: Income Tax Set-off 
Computations and Settlements; Sinking and Redemp- 
tion Funds; Preparation of Abstract of Accounts; 
Government Returns; Mechanical Mefhods; Prin- 
ciples of Costing. 

Local Government Finance: The Intermediate 
Syllabus in a more advanced form, and, in addition: 
Organisation of a Finance Department; Financial 
Control; Loans and Borrowing arrangements; Reports 
and Preparation of Statistics. 

2. LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION (INCLUDING 
SECRETARIAL PRACTICE AS APPLIED TO LOCAL AUTHORITIES) 

(Time allowed, 2 hours) 

Bye-Laws, Standing Orders, Elections, Keeping of 
Records; Control of Staff and duties of Officials; 
Office Practice as applied to Transport, Electricity, 
Gas and Water Undertakings; Relations between Staff 
and Committees ; Allocation of responsibility of Officials ; 
Tenders and Contracts of Local Authorities; Internal 
Audit. 

Public Health Acts; Powers, Duties and Status of the 
different Local Authorities; Transport and Traffic; 
Administration of the Education Acts; Joint Boards; 
Administration of a Trading Undertaking; Rating and 
Valuation; Meat and Food and Milk and Dairies 
Regulations; Recruitment and Organisation of Staff 
and delegation of duties; Training Methods and Prin- 
ciples governing Promotion; Private Bill Legislation 
and Parliamentary procedure; Commons, Parks, 
Playing Fields and open spaces; Public Swimming 

90 



Examinations in Local Government 

; Town and Count 
subject concerning Local 



Baths; Town and Country Planning; An Essay on a 
1 Government. 



3. LAW AND CONDUCT OF AND PROCEDURE AT MEETINGS 

(Time allowed, 2 hours) 

(A) Common Law Rules relating to Meetings so far 
as they affect Convening and Constitution of Meetings; 
Standing Orddrs; Agenda and Minutes; Chairman's 
Powers and Duties; Motions; Amendments, Formal 
Motions; Adjournment; Voting and Proxies. 

(B) Common Law Rules relating to Meetings so far 
as they affect Defamation; Justification, Fair Comment 
and Privilege; Preservation of Order and Practice of 
Police in relation thereto; Right of Public Meeting; 
Public Meetings Act, 1908; Admission of the Press. 

(C) The Law relating to Meetings of Directors and 
Members of Companies under the Companies Act, 
1929- 

(D) The Law relating to Meetings of Local Authori- 
ties. 

Section "A" is compulsory for all candidates, but 
candidates will be required to present in addition only 
one of the Sections "B," "C" or "D." 

4. LOCAL GOVERNMENT LAW (Time allowed, 2 hours) 

General Principles of Liability of Local Authorities; 
Ultra vires; The General Law of Master and Servant 
and its application to Local Authorities. Superannuation. 
Health Insurance. The Powers and Duties of Local 
Authorities in relation to (a) Rating and Valuation, 
(b) Police, (c) Public Health, (d) Highways and Streets, 
(e) Housing, (/) Town and Country Planning, (g) 
Allotments, (h) Education. 



G.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

The Law relating to Gas, Water and Electricity 
Undertakings. Police and County Court Practice, 
Government Inquiries, Arbitration. 

5. ECONOMICS (Time allowed, 2 hours] 

The Intermediate Syllabus in greater detail; Money 
and Banking; The Value of Monetary Units; Currency 
and Credit; The Trade Cycle; Theory of International 
Trade; Foreign Exchanges; Economic* Functions and 
Activities of the State; The Principles of Taxation. 

6. GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 

(Time allowed, 2 hours) 

The Post Office; Government Departments; The 
Civil Service; Income Tax; Road Traffic Control and 
Regulation; Unemployment; Parliamentary Powers 
of English Government Departments; Inland Revenue; 
Land Valuation; Probate Work; National and Local 
Expenditure; Public Health in Britain; Pensions; 
The Home Office; The Department of Agriculture; 
The War Office; Co-ordination in the Public Services. 

The Syllabus for the Preliminary, Intermediate and 
Final Examinations is intended only as a guide, and does 
not limit the scope of the Examination. 

Copies of previous examination papers may be obtained on 
application to the Secretary, price sixpence per set. 



Board of Examiners 



Board of Examiners 



Examiners 



The Examination Committee of the Council and the following 
Preliminary Examination 

English . . . . A. S. COLLINS, M.A., Ph.D. 
Arithmetic . . . . P. W. NORRIS, M.A., B.Sc. 

) At T ' RJ CHARDSON, M - A - 

R. C. PENFOLD, M.C., B.A. 

(Hons.), A.K.C. 
H. GREEN 
B. FENN, L. es. S. 
HENRY L. JONES, M.A., 

M.Ed. 

JAMES JACKSON, F.C.C.S., 
A.C.A. 

L. ASHMORE, M.Com. 
L. JAMES, F.C.C.S., M.R.S.T. 



French . . . 

German ... 
Spanish ... 
Algebra and Geometry . 

Book-keeping . . 

Commerce 

Shorthand . . . 

Intermediate and Final 

Secretarial Practice . 
Accountancy . . 

English . . . 



Commercial Arithmetic (Inter.) 
Economics . . . . 



Law and Conduct of and Pro- 
cedure at Meetings (Final) 



H. C. COX, F.C.C.S., A.C.A. 
JAMES JACKSON, F.C.C.S., 

A.C.A. 

A. S. COLLINS, M.A., Ph.D. 
tain F. E. SUGDEN, 
.Econ.S. (Barrister-at-Law 
the Middle Temple and 

Northern Circuit). 
P. W. NORRIS, M.A., B.Sc. 
L. ASHMORE, M.Com. (Glad- 

stone and Cobden Prizeman, 

Victoria University, Man- 

chester). 
H. A. R. J. WILSON, F.C.C.S., 

F.C.A., F.S.A.A. 



. . 

(Captain 
F.R. 
of th 
Nort 



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The Law Relating to 
Electricity Supply 



Banking and Exchange (Final) > J. H. F 
The Law Relating to Banking/ A.I.B. 



W. SUMMERFIELD, M.A., 
B.C.L. (Oxon), LL.B. (Lond.), 
Yarborough-Anderson Scholar 
of the Inner Temple (Bar- 
rister-at-Law). 

FIRTH, B.Gom., Cert. 



The Law Relating to 
Insurance 



L. WALSH, LL.B., 

(Barrister-at-,aw) . 



B.G.L. 



The Law Relating to LocaHp G MINSHU LL, LL.M. 
Government and I (Assistant Town Clerk, City 
Municipalities I lrn'..-.u \ 

The Law Relating to Rating . J of Birmingham). 



The Law Relating to 
Education 



The Law Relating to Building 
Societies 



STANLEY MOFFETT, M.C., 
M.A., Director of Education, 
Middlesbrough. 

RAPHAEL POWELL, M.A., 
B.C.L. (Barrister-at-Law) , 
Harmsworth and Barstow 
Scholar. 

B.A., 



Afrikaans . . . . H. J. LABUSCAGNE, 

B.Gom., A.G.G.S. 

French . . . . R. G. PENFOLD, M.C., B.A. 

(Hons.), A.K.C. 

German . . . . H. GREEN. 
Spanish . . . . B. FENN, L. es. S. 

South African Law and Professor F. B. BURGHELL, 
Practice M.A. (History), LL.B. (Can- 

tab.). 

Hospital Administration 

Intermediate and Final 



Hospital Secretarial Practice . 
Hospital Organisation and 

Management 
Hospital Accountancy 
Hospital Purchase of Supplies 
Hospital Law 



Captain J. E. STONE, M.C., 
F.S.A.A., Secretary, Birming- 
ham Hospitals Centre, Bir- 
mingham. Chairman of the 
Administration and Manage- 
ment Study Committee of 
the International Hospital 
Association. 



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Board of Examiners 

Mercantile Law . . . Captain F. E. SUGDEN 

(Barrister-at-Lawof the Middle 
Temple and Northern Cir- 
cuit). 

Economics . . . . L. ASHMORE, M.Com. (Glad- 
stone and Cobdcn Prizeman, 
Victoria University, Manches- 
ter). 

Law and Conduct of and Pro- H. A. R. J. WILSON, F.C.C.S., 
cedure at Meetings (Final) F.C.A., F.S.A.A. 



Local Government Administration 
Intermediate and Final Examinatio 



. /T x (C. F. PORTER, F.C.C.S., 
Secretarial Practice (Inter.) | clerk to the Council, White- 



Local Government Adminis- -s 
tration I 

General Principles of Public 
Administration (Final) 



field Urban District Council, 
Whitefield. 

F. C. MINSHULL, LL.M. 
(Assistant Town Clerk, City 
of Birmingham) . 

Local Government Finance I. H. DEARNLEY, A.C.A., 
and Accountancy F.R.Econ.S. 

Economics . . . . L. ASHMORE, M.Com. (Glad- 
stone and Cobdcn Prizeman, 
Victoria University, Manches- 
ter). 

H. EMERSON SMITH, LL.B., 
Town Clerk of Wimbledon, 
London. 

Captain F. E. SUGDEN, 
Barrister-at-Law, of the Middle 
Temple and Northern Cir- 
cuit. 

Law and Conduct of and Pro- H. A. R. J. WILSON, F.C.C.S., 
cedure at Meetings (Final) F.C.A., F.S.A.A. 



Local Government Law 



Mercantile Law (Inter.) 



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Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 

1506 ABBOTT, David Smith (A) Dundee 

1483 ABBOTT, Louis (F) Aspull 

995 ABRAMS, Thomas Patrick (A) London 

541 ADAMS, Charles John (F) West Bromwich 

1656 ADAMS, Ernest George (F) Hove 

421 ADAMS, Sydney (F) Burnley 

1658 AIR, Robert John Gummings (F) London 

1363 ArrKEN,John (F) Irvine 

1094 ALDERSLADE, Henry William Charles (F) London 

763 ALEXANDER, Francis Arthur (F) Leicester 

1076 ALLCOGK, William Harold (F) Manchester 

497 ALLISON, William Slimmon (F) Edinburgh 

209 ALREjA,Heman (A) Bombay 

273 AMOS, Samuel (A) Leicester 

938 AMROLIWALA, Cawas Fakirji (A) Bombay 

63 ANDERSON, Clifford (A) Wakefield 

1577 ANDERSON, Mathew (F) Washington 

360 ANDERSON, William Alfred (F) Vryburg 

1206 ANDREWS, Edward William (A) Olney 

88 1 ANN, Ong Soon (A) Singapore 

1214 ANNFIELD, Alexander Coupar (A) N'Kana 

324 ARMITAOE, Charles (F) Leeds 

902 ARMITAGE, John Hardman (A) Chester 

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Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 

808 ARMSTRONG, Alan Kenneth (F) Sheffield 

1415 ARMSTRONG, Sidney (A) Morpeth 

269 ARMSTRONG, Walter McGibbon (F) Cape Town 

1486 ARNOLD, John Stanley (A) London 

728 ASH, Perc/ Arthur (F) Sydney 

953 ASHTON, George Reginald (F) Keynsham 

251 ASHTON, James Hart (F) Old Fletton 

1636 ASHWORTH, Ross Spencer (A) St. Helens 

28 ASLETT, Albert James Thomas (F) Altrincham 

753 ATHA, Fred (A) London 

1028 ATHA, Norman (A) London 

1469 ATHERTON, Ronald Vernon (A) Liverpool 

579 AUBREY, Alfred (F) Melbourne 

841 AULT, Douglas James (A) Birmingham 

214 AULT, Stephen (A) Ipswich 

342 AUSTIN, Albert Henry (F) Birmingham 

1041 BADGER, Alfred Bowen (F) London 

1204 BAILEY, Herbert Thomas (F) Cardiff 

174 BAINBRIDGE, John Henry (F) Stockton-on-Tees 

1257 BAIRSTOW, Fred (F) Bradford 

1080 BAKER, Albert Henry (A) Burnley 

1255 BALDERSTONE,Jack (A) Huddersfield 

851 BALMFORTH, Joseph Eric (A) Bradford 

929 BANAJI, Sohrab Jehangir (A) Bombay 

113 BANCROFT, Alexander William (A) Llanishen 

707 BANCROFT, James Nield (F) Manchester 

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Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 

1368 BARBER, Joseph Hector (A) Hull 

858 BARKER, Philip Howard (F) Lancaster 

478 BARKER, Percy Lancastle (A) Stockton-on-Tecs 

775 BARKER, William (F) Denbigh 

1383 BARMBY, Lawrence (A) London 

418 BARNES, Archibald (F) Peterborough 

331 BARNES, Sydney Thomas (F) Woolwich 

916 BARNETT, Francis William (F) Kidderminster 

1357 BARNETT, Robert John (A) London 

630 BARON, Cecil Manton (A) Bridlington 

701 BARRING-TON, Charles John (A) Clevedon 

606 BARROW, Reginald Roper (A) Manchester 

191 BARTLE, Robert Cecil (A) Bradford 

787 BARTLEET, George Frederick (F) Birmingham 

295 BARTON, William (F) Bath 

1217 BASS, Stanley (A) London 

1450 BATCHELOR, George William (A) London 

1298 BATCHELOR, William (A) Birmingham 

444 BATEMAN, Edward Cecil (F) London 

532 BATLIBOI, Ardeshir Jehanghir (F) Bombay 

1222 BATSFORD, William Frederick (A) Birmingham 

1635 BATTY, Thomas (A) London 

860 BEARDSWORTH, David, (F) Kirkham 

637 BEATY, John (A) London 

1202 BEAUGHAMP, Arthur Ernest (F) High Wycombe 

1619 BECKETT, Jack Stewart (A) Falmouth 

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Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 



Membership 
Number 
1246 BECKINGHAM, Edward 



1042 BEDWELL, Cyril Edward Alfred 

458 BEECH, Albert 

1431 BEECHING, Reginald Leslie 

1422 BEEL, George William 

1 02 1 BEESON, Howard James 

438 BEESTON, Kenneth 

1077 BELL, Charles Leslie 

1603 BELL, Francis Gerald 

1085 BELL, William 

1 1 06 BELLIS, Frank 

469 BENJAMIN, Evan David 

512 BENNETT, Charles Frederick 

1606 BENTLEY, Roland John 

1379 BERKELEY, Thomas 

1 144 BERRY, Edwin 

652 BERRY, Thomas 

1614 BEVAN, Charles Ernest 

875 BHAGAT, Purushottam Gangaram 

972 BHAJIWALLA, Edy Jerhangirji 

1025 BHARUCHA, Purshottam Haribhai 

867 BHARUCHA, Sohrab Kaikhushru 

1391 BIDEN, Ernest Arthur 

691 BIOWOOD, Stanley Narcissus 

1179 BILLIMORIA, Dhunjibhoy Meherhibhoy (A) 

99 



(F) 
(F) 
(A) 
(F) 
(F) 
(F) 
(A) 
(A) 
(F) 
(F) 
(F) 
(F) 
(F) 
(F) 
(F) 
(A) 
(F) 
(F) 
(A) 
(A) 
(A) 
(F) 
(F) 
(F) 



Petersfield 

London 

Doncaster 

London 

Guisborough 

Birmingham 

Stoke-on-Trent 

Swansea 

London 

Edinburgh 

Ramsbottom 

Liverpool 

Chester 

London 

South Shields 

Melton Mowbray 

Chorley 

Umtata 

Bombay 

Bombay 

Bombay 

Bombay 

Altrincham 

Salisbury 

Bombay 



C.G.S. Year Book, 

Fellows (F) and Associates 

Membership 
Number 

1 8 BILLINGHAM, Horace 

788 BISGROVE, Gladys Dora 

635 BISHOP, Arthur 

604 BISHOP, George William 

1356 BISHOP, John Alfred 

93 BISSON, Elie John 

408 BLACK, Andrew Bolivar Cran 

690 BLACKLEDGE, John Stanley 

1545 BLAKELEY, Herbert 

948 BLASDALE-HOLMES, Ralph Alexander 

866 BLAY, Harry Gilbert 

838 BLIGNAUT, Goenraad Hendrik 

1 237 BLUNDEN, Joseph Henry William 

767 BLUNN, William Sydney 

426 BOLTON, John Arthur 

1032 BOLTON, William Guy 

1348 BOND, Frank 

636 BOND, Harold 

34 BOOND, Wilfred John 

1433 BOOT, Henry Lawrence 

380 BOOTH, Henry 

1264 BOOTH, Herbert 

1629 BOOTH, John Alan 

894 BOOTH, Norman 

1318 BOULTON, Frank Wilson 

100 



1939 

(A) 

(F) Dudley 

(A) Barnstaple 

(F) London 

(F), Sheffield 

(A) Rotherham 

(F) Jersey 

(F) London 

(A) Hitchin 

(F) Tadcaster 

(A) London 

(F) Bridgwatcr 

(A) Paarl 

(A) Cuckfield 

(A) Gloucester 

(F) Keighley 

(A) Grayshott 

(A) Torquay 

(A) Walkden 

(F) Halesowen 

(A) Warrington 

(F) Widnes 

(F) Harwich 

(A) Blackpool 

(F) Huddersfield 

(A) Stoke-on-Trent 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 

134 BOURN, Jonas 

430 BOWEN, Venon 

971 BOWKLEY, Arthur Cyril 

1064 BOWLER, William Harry 

991 BRACKEN, Eric Brown 

1185 BRADBURN, Alfred 

1439 BRADBURY, Gerald John 

1029 BRADSHAW, Leonard Walter 

92 BRAID, William Montague Donald 

933 BRASSINGTON, David William 

442 BRECKELL, Robert 

1036 BREESE,John 

1343 BRIGHT-HIGGINS, Gerard 

1073 BRISGOE, John Neville Aspinall 

1387 BRITTAIN, Thomas George 

372 BROADHEAD, Frank William 

287 BROGKMAN, Ivor 

211 BRODIE, Joseph 

609 BROMLEY, Frank Thomas 

1396 BROOKS, Clarence 

56 1 BROOKS, Geoffrey Jackson 

586 BROOKS, Percy George 

I -.84 BROOME, Frank Pearson 



963 BROWN, Geoffrey Leigh 



(F) 


Lancaster 


(A) 


Salford 


(F) 


Wolverhampton 


(A) 


London 


(F) 


Mossley 


(F) 


Manchester 


(A) 


Hednesford 


(F) 


Rushden 


(A) 


London 


(A) 


Birmingham 


(A) 


Swinton 


(A) 


Formby 


(A) 


Eastbourne 


(F) 


Macclesfield 


(A) 


Walsall 


(F) 


Hull 


(A) 


London 


(A) 


Blyth 


(F) 


Wigan 


(F) 


London 


(A) 


Birmingham 


(F) 


Hertford 


(F) 


Morecambe and 
Heysham 


(F) 


Bredbury 



101 



Membership 
Number 
786 BROWN, Percy 

1660 BROWN, Ronald Leigh 

1573 BROWN, Walter Joseph 

1205 BROWNE, Frank Alwyne 

780 BROWNE, Roland Herbert 

1567 BROWNING, Douglas 



C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 



(A) 
(F) 
(A) 
(F) 
(F) 
(F) 



983 BROWNING, Norman Frederick Ernest (F) 



624 BROWNHILL, Oscar 
1645 BRUEN, James 
60 1 BUCKLEY, John 



(F) 
(F) 
(F) 



1510 BUCKLEY, Margaret Dorcen MacGregor (A) 



454 BULL, Raymond Arthur 

1016 BULLOCK, Albert 

1004 BUNTON, James Cyril 

1 1 97 BURNS, Leo Vincent 

1652 BURR, Douglas Aldis 

1484 BURSLEM, Leonard 

1147 BUSBY, Gerald Charles 

1 1 oo BUTCHER, George William 

1 1 80 BUTLER, Frederick George 

661 BUTTER, Herbert Waller 

1287 BUTTERWORTH, Norris 

702 BUTTERY, Harry 

1416 BYRNE, Alfred Patrick 

766 CABLE, Frank John 



(F) 
(A) 
(A) 
(A) 
(A) 
(F) 
(F) 
(A) 
(A) 
(A) 
(F) 
(A) 
(A) 
(A) 



Keighley 
London 
Hong Kong 
London 
'Croydon 
London 
Minster 
Manchester 
Blackrock 
Oldham 
London 
London 
Burnley 

Southend-on-Sca 
Manchester 
London 
Crayford 
Bradford 
Romford 
Bexley 
Greenock 
Bradford 
Huddersfield 
Dublin 
Manchester 



102 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 

868 CALDWELL, Harold Ernest (F) Ashtead 

424 GALEY, Robert Dixon (F) Leeds 

20 CALLAWAY, Leslie Darracott (F) Birmingham 

1341 CAMS ATA, Shiavax Cawasji (F) Bombay 

69 CAMPBELL,* Archibald Neil (F) Glasgow 

1169 CAMPBELL, John Scott (F) Larkhall 

1027 CANNINGS, Ralph Bcavis (F) London 

1310 CANNINGS, Reginald Edward (F) Bath 

1017 CANT, Alfred John (A) Birmingham 

870 CARELESS, Cecil Thomas (A) Cambridge 

1473 CARLILL, John Albert (F) Hull 

595 CARMICIIAEL, William (F) Edinburgh 

1463 CARD, James (F) Oldham 

169 CARR, James Hunter (F) South Shields 

1527 CARR, Robert Hugh (F) Stone 

698 CARR, Wilfred (F) Leicester 

645 CARTER, George Spurgeon (A) London 

1560 CARTER, Geraldine Victoria (A) London 

930 CARTER, Wilfred (A) Irthlingborough 

290 CASE, Vance Leonard (F) Sutton 

1640 CASH, Alick Edward (A) Birkenhead 

824 CASH, Arthur Raybould (F) Plymouth 

789 CASTELLO, Ellis James (F) London 

65 CASTLE, Richard (F) Silverdale 

CATHERALL, George (A) Chester 

(F) Leicester 
103 



905 

375 CAYLESS, Francis 



C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 
1 60 CHAMBERLAIN, John 

1398 CHAMBERS, Arthur 

1599 CHANDLER, William Frederick 

588 CHANEY, Henry Stanley 

1630 CHARLES, Edgar 

1557 CHARLES, William Henry 

890 CHATHAM-BALLY, Muthuvedath Sekeren (A) 

1427 CHEVERTON, Claude Victor 

829 CHEW, Chin Siew 

666 CHEW, John Alexander 

925 CHILTON, William Henry 

479 CHITTENDEN, Alfred George Brian 

193 CLACK, Henry Fairn James 

992 CLARK, Allan Louis 

1447 CLARK, Bernard George 

1235 CLARK, Charles Henry 

821 CLARK, Ernest 

145 CLARK, George 

457 CLARK, Sydney 

1608 CLARKE, Charles Frederick 

1597 CLARKE, John Henry 

1 1 08 CLARKE, Kenneth John 

989 CLARKE, Samuel Baker 

1389 CLAYTON, Aubrey Maurice 

1505 CLAYTON, Eric 

104 



(A) 


Northampton 


(A) 


London 


(F) 


Croydon 


(F) 


London 


(F) 


Rotherham 


(F) 

\(&\ 


Llanelly 


H/\; 
(A) 


jjomoay 
Newport, I.O.W. 


(A) 


Penang 


(A) 


Welwyn Garden 




City 


(F) 


Chertsey 


(F) 


Ashford 


(F) 


London 


(F) 


Melbourne 


(A) 


Felixstowe 


(F) 


Portsmouth 


(F) 


Bradford 


(F) 


Newburgh 


(F) 


Birmingham 


(F) 


Grindleton 


(F) 


Stockport 


(A) 


Durban 


(A) 


Crewe 


(A) 


Manchester 


(A) 


Wembley 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 

173 CLAYTON, Robert (A) Bolton 

262 CLEVERLY, John Charles (A) Glastonbury 

1374 CLIPPINGDALE, Harold Sydney (A) Brighton 

1002 CLOAKE, Frederick William (A) Godalming 

1150 CLOUOH, Alfred (A) Wigan 

261 COATES, Sam Atkinson (A) Wakefield 

569 COBURN, George Scott (A) Grays 

1428 COCKBURN, William (F) Rugby 

1190 COHEN, Solomon (A) London 

1242 COLEMAN, Stanley William (A) Whitstable 

1018 COLLIS, Alexander (F) London 

1346 COLQUHOUN, Douglas (A) Liverpool 

1300 CONQUEST, John William George (A) London 

1270 COOKE, Leslie (F) Manchester 

1563 COOMBS, Andrew Barnaby (A) Penang 

736 COOPER, Henry Hines (A) Tottenham 

872 COOPER, Sidney Arthur (A) Newcastle-under- 

Lyme 

1401 COOPER, Thomas (A) Sheffield 

936 COPE, Kenneth Alfred (A) Heanor 

1664 CORBETT, Henry (A) Wallasey 

1472 CoRiN,John (F) London 

371 CORLYON, Ivor Joseph Webber (F) Falmouth 

1470 COTTON, Cecil Frederick Walter (F) Diss 

1459 COTTON, Daniel Ralph Edward (A) Hanley 

COTTON, Horace (F) Manchester 

(F) Colwyn Bay 



^349 
941 COULTHURST, Frank 



105 



C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
fr 

Number' 

1604 COUPER, Gilbert Marshall (F) Glasgow 

1404 COURGI, Joseph Michel (A) Cairo 

525 COURTNEY, Leslie William (A) Newport 

1059 COUZENS, Dorothy Glair (A) Portsmouth 

1003 COWAN, Harold Douglas (F) * Ilford 

1131 COWELL, Leslie Maurice (A) London 

686 COWLEY, Hugh (F) Southampton 

688 COWLS, Joseph Thomas (A) Helston 

318 Cox, William Francis (F) Sutton Coldfield 

1452 CRADOGK, Alec Frank (A) Wealdstone 

1 109 CRAFTS, Harry (A) London 

1620 CRANFIELD, Albert Walter (F) London 

950 CRAWFORD, Sapal Mancherji (A) Bombay 

126 CREED, William Richard John (F) Birmingham 

1256 CROOK, Thomas (A) Birkenhead 

565 CROSSKEY, Harold Edward (F) London 

1 20 1 CROWTHER, Charles (F) Harrogate 

412 CUBBAGE, Archibald William (F) Hatficld 

1533 CULLINGTON, John Herbert (A) Spilsby 

638 CULVER, Henry Stedman (F) Birmingham 

975 CURRIE, John Drinnan (A) P-eston 

47 CURRY, Aaron Charlton (F) Newcastle on 

Tyne 

1013 CURRY, Ralph Sherwood (F) Newport, I.O.W. 

844 CURTIS, Thomas Francis (F) Burton-on-Trent 

961 DAGA, Kanhaiyalal (F) Nagpur 

1 06 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 



Membership 
Number 

732 DAN, U. Ba. 

87 DANDO, Albert John 
1631 DANIEL, Howard 

1 238 DANIELL, Percy John William 

1308 DARLINGTON, Reginald 

1559 DARRAH, Denis Chamberlain 

1127 DARRALL, Stanley Gordon 

1342 DAVAR, Sohrab Rustomji, 

129 DAVEY, William John 

396 DAVIES, Arthur Henry 

443 DAVIES, Ben 

1502 DAVIES, Daniel Gordon 

863 DAVIES, Francis Ernest 

1074 DAVIES, Gerard Vaughan 

1271 DAVIES, Gordon Owen 

1430 DAVIES, Howell Lloyd 

733 DAVIES, Noah Lewis 
121 DAVIES, Ralph Laurence 

1358 DAVIS, Douglas Herbert 

381 DAVISON, Rebecca 

1 524 DAWBER, John 

88 DAWES, Stanley Sidney 
1 292 DAWSON, James 

735 DAWSON, James 

488 DAWSON, Reuben Stanley 

107 



(F) 


Tavoy 


(A) 


London 


(F) 


Brooklands 


(F) 


London 


(A) 


Runcorn 


(F) 


Manchester 


(A) 


Dawley 


(F) 


Bombay 


(F) 


Cardiff 


(A) 


Rhyl 


(F) 


Port Talbot 


(A) 


Manchester 


(F) 


London 


(A) 


Digbys 


(F) 


London 


(F) 


Ruabon 


(F) 


Swansea 


(F) 


London 


(A) 


London 


(A) 


Alnwick 


(A) 


Billinge 


(F) 


Southampton 


(F) 


Ormskirk 


(F) 


London 


(A) 


Chester 



C.C.S. Year Book, 

Fellows (F) and Associates 



Membership 
Number 

1241 DAWSON, Stanley Victor 

896 DAY, Eric George 

538 DAY, Stanley Prescott 

1 147 DEAN, Benjamin Alexander 

1520 DEAN, Harold Frank 

816 DEAR, William Thomas 

1194 DE BAZ, Petros 

1052 DEGG, William 

806 DE LANGE, Dorothy Adele 

1569 DELL, Arthur William George 

1 1 53 DENHAM, Henry 

1545 DENNIS, Samuel Roy 

1234 DENSON, Gertrude 

1 542 DERRY, John Joseph 

960 DESAI, Jal Tehmurasp 

1 101 DESMOND-DANE, Norval 

1 289 DEW, Jack William Frederick 

1407 DEWHURST, Eric Keith 

1072 DE ZILWA, Gilbert Sisouw 

1132 DHALLA, Nariosang Maneckji 

464 DIBDEN, Edgar John 

397 DICKINSON, Thomas Wilfred 

1006 DILGOGK, James Louis Christian 

1436 DIXON, Alfred Thomas 

108 



1939 

(A) 

(A) Kingston-on- 
Thames 

(F) London 

(F) Dargarville 

(A) Manchester 

(A) Ambleside 

(A) London 

(F) Iran 

(A) Birmingham 

(A) Manchester 

(A) London 

(A) Sutton-in-Ashfield 

(A) Tamworth 

(F) London 

(F) Narborough 

(F) Bombay 

(A) London 

(A) Bedford 

(A) Manchester 

(F) The Hague 

(A) Karachi 

(F) London 

(F) Cambridge 

(A) Walsall 

(A) Newcastle on 
Tyne 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 

1053 DIXON, Frank Sydney 

647 DIXON, George Arthur 

1044 DOBB, Charles 

951 DOCTOR, Phiroze Framroze 

1048 DODD, Arthur 

470 DODD, Harry 

466 DODD, John 

1616 DONNELLY, Charles Richard 

619 DORDI, Phiroz Ardeshir 

321 Dos SANTOS, Vera Ethel Ellen May 

706 DOUGLAS, Thomas Wilfred 

1516 DOVE, Stanley Charles 

1424 DOVE, Wilfred Howe 

1172 DOWERS, John Butler 

1 08 1 DOWN, William Thomas Jordan 

1528 DOWNS, John Thompson 

203 DOWSE, Charles Elsom 

367 DOWSLAND, William Norman 

86 DOWSLEY, Verling Richard 

927 DRYSDALE, Christina 

i DRYSDALE, George Rae 

1 161 DRYSDALE, William Taylor Walker 

755 D'SouzA, Lawrence Edward 

1 2 1 1 DUCKETT, Stanley 

1249 DUERDEN, James Hartley 



744 Du FEU, Bernard Henry 



(A) 


London 


(A) 


Manchester 


(A) 


Chatteris 


(F) 


Bombay 


(A) 


Newcastle under 
Lyme 


(F) 


Chester 


(F) 


Chester 


(A) 


London 


(A) 


Bombay 


(F) 


Ilfracombe 


(F) 


Penang 


(F) 


Sheffield 


(A) 


Gillingham 


(F) 


Orpington 


(A) 


London 


(A) 


Ilkeston 


(F) 


Hull 


(A) 


Birmingham 


(A) 


Cork 


(A) 


London 


(F) 


London 


(A) 


Warrington 


(A) 


Bombay 


(A) 


London 


(A) 


Hull 


(F) 


Dunfermline 



109 



C.C.S. Year Book, 

Fellows (F) and Associates 
Membership 
Number 
823 DUFTON, Percy 

1 492 DUNBAR, Frederick George Stokes 

834 DUNCAN, John Steven 

1663 DUNN, Richard 

884 DUTTON, Thomas Alexander 

1 155 DYSON, George William 

1399 EASTO, Albert Henry Gordon 

1326 EBBS, Desmond Frederick 

1181 ECCLES, Willibrord Buscot 

218 EDGE, Thomas 

1024 EDWARDS, Alfred 

1540 EDWARDS, Cecil Roland 

1395 EDWARDS, Kenneth Gharlcs 

1344 EGGLETON, Edward Clinton 

1476 ELEY, Hamar Joseph 

1529 ELLIOT, Arthur Raymond 

1272 ELLIOT, Alexander Thomas 

1189 ELLIOT, Richard 

422 ELTRINGHAM, Alfred 

1309 ELVEN, Alfred Henry 

1254 ENGINEER, Jal Nusserwanji 

1266 ENTWISTLE, Stanley 

1215 ETHELL, William 

1655 EVANS, Arthur William 

53 EVANS, Herbert Clement 

738 EVANS, John Stanley 

no 



1939 

(A) 

(F) 
(F) 



(F) 
(A) 
(F) 



Bradford 
Dublin 



(A) Dundee 

(A) Edlington 
(A) ' Crewe 

(A) Pontefract 

(A) Boston 

(A) Dublin 

(A) Liverpool 

(A) Chester 

(A) London 

(A) London 



Chester 
Glasgow 
London 



(A) London 

(A) Dublin 

(A) Leeds 

(F) South Shields 

(A) London 

(F) Bombay 

(A) Bolton 

(A) Middlesbrough 

(F) Birmingham 

(A) Brighton 

(A) Birkenhead 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellowes (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 

1585 EVANS, Reginald Kenneth (A) Wolverhampton 

115 EVANS, Tegid Emlyn (A) Liverpool 

1467 EVELEIGH, Fred Lambert (F) Crewkerne 

307 EWART, Herbert Edward (A) Bramley 

584 EYRES, John Worthington (A) London 

139 FANTOM, Gordon (A) Leicester 

1 1 22 FARLEY, Victor Ernest (A) London 

322 FARMER, Sidney Charles (F) Portsmouth 

1361 FARNIE, John Robert (F) Guisborough 

473 FARRAR, Lewis Arthur (F) Derby 

1009 FEATHERSTONE, Alexander Brown (A) Wood Green 

1394 FEE, Alfred George (A) Taunton 

1 1 25 FENDER, Alfred (A) Portsmouth 

84 FENWICK, Richard Edward (A) Mapperley 

832 FERNANDES, Lawrence (A) Bombay 

937 FERRAN, George Stephen (F) Dublin 

648 FFRENCH-MULLEN, Madeleine (F) Dublin 

1302 FIELDHOUSE, George (A) Leeds 

1554 FINCHAM, Fred (A) March 

907 FINLAY, Mortimer (A) London 

919 FINLAY, Samuel (A) Walthamstow 

1659 FIRMIN, Jack Wilmot (F) London 

1156 FIRTH, Alan (A) Hanley 

777 FIRTH, Harold (A) Halifax 

869 FISHER, Mary Elizabeth (F) Harrogate 

in 



C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 

1 1 10 FISHER, Samuel (A) London 

1062 FISHLEIGH, Reginald Clarence (A) Bideford 

665 FITTON, Cyril (F) Street 

1613 FITTON, Samuel (F) Manchester 

1507 FITZPATRICK, Joseph Lewis Thomas (A)* Manchester 

1116 FLANAGAN, Annie (A) Dublin 

481 FLETCHER, Thomas Henry (A) Watford 

903 FLYNN, Adolphus John (A) Netherlands 

1203 FOLEY, Ernest Samuel (F) London 

484 FOLEY, Reginald Arthur (F) London 

1524 FOORD, Donald Wells (A) London 

1139 FOOT, Joseph Francis (A) Adelaide 

8 1 1 FORD, Ernest Charles (A) London 

539 FORDHAM, John William Wood (A) Harwich 

1562 FoRSYTHjRobert Gilmour (A) Wallasey 

1224 FORWARD, Francis David (A) Norwich 

300 FOSTER, Charles (F) South Shields 

1248 FOSTER, Leonard Frederick (F) St. Albans 

1091 FOULKES, George (A) Redcar 

682 FOURIE, Philip Stanley (F) Port Elizabeth 

990 Fox, Vernon Giles (F) Nottingham 

1065 FOXELL, Horace Brand (F) Chatham 

1400 FRANKHAM, William George Lee (A) Southall 

1151 FRASER, Thomas McCrae (A) Edinburgh 

800 FRASER, William John (F) London 

112 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 

769 FREELOVE, Edith Bertha (F) Bexley Heath 

1622 FREEMAN, Edmund (A) High Wycombe 

545 FREEMAN, David (F) Manchester 

1 146 FREEMAN, Frank Sturges (A) London 

1632 FRENCH, Reginald Hamilton (F) Torquay 

428 FROGGATT, Harold Aubrey (F) Willesden 

956 FUNNELL, Cyril (A) London 

708 FUNNELL, William Joseph (F) London 

1123 GALLIFORD, Leslie Bertram (A) Bideford 

1231 GALVIN, James Gerard (A) Dublin 

1138 GARDNER, Edward William Frank (A) London 

602 GARDNER, Jesse (F) Kirkby Stephen 

1323 GARDNER, Reginald Isbister (F) Oxford 

393 GARNER, Bertie Sturgess (A) Leicester 

1405 GARNON, Edward William (F) London 

1020 GASKELL, Robert (A) Wigan 

1499 GASKIN, Ivan George (F) Stone 

987 GATES, Horace Frederick Alfred (F) Lima 

1175 GAY, Robert Leighton (A) Retford 

306 GAYLARD, Alec Gordon (A) Portsmouth 

456 GEARY, Frederick (F) Hastings 

922 GEORGE, Denis Charles (A) Shrewsbury 

166 GEORGE, Norman (F) North Shields 

1536 GETHING, Roland (A) Birmingham 

1229 GETTY, Andrew (F) Scone 

1650 GEWISGOLD, Moshe (A) Tel-Aviv 

"3 



C.C.S. Year Book, 

Fellows (F) and Associates 



Membership 
Number 

1 05 1 GIBBINS, John Henry 

943 GIBSON, David 

452 GIBSON, Henry Fred 

798 GILL, Lister 

1639 GILLETT, Cornelius 

366 GILLIES, Jessie Steele 

1566 GILMAN, George Ernest 

510 GLASS, Percy Nathan 

575 GLASSPOOL, Arthur Bertram 

157 GLIGKMAN, Solomon 

55 GLYNNE-JONES, Caradog 

921 GOLDSMITH, Gharles Wellington 

77 GOLDSMITH, Ralph John 

761 GOODACRE, Francis 

1279 GOODFELLOW, William 

1511 GOODMAN, Abraham 

831 GORIMAR, Kaikhusru Hirjibhoy 

239 GORTON, John 

229 GRAHAM, Manfred Ernest 

889 GRANT, Alexander Lang 

41 4 GRANT, John Dishan 

999 GRAVES, Leonard Samuel 

Thomas de Bonnaire 

873 GRAY, Leonard Harradine 

4 1 5 GRAY, Walter James 

557 GREATBATGH, Leslie Gordon 

114 



1939 

(A) 

(A) Shrewsbury 

(A) Belfast 

(F) Weybridge 

(A) Wakefield 
(A) ' Orsett 

(F) Glasgow 

(A) London 

(F) Manchester 

(F) Saddleworth 

(F) London 

(F) Narberth 

(F) Kilburn 

(F) Sittingbourne 

(F) Liverpool 

(F) Harrow 

(A) Hendon ' 

(A) Bombay 

(F) Manchester 

(F) Cairo 

(F) Falkirk 

(F) Bideford 

(A) London 

(A) Cambridge 

(F) Sutton 

(F) Oldbury 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 

1141 GREEN, Albert Frederick (A) Mansfield 

1500 GREEN, Ernest George (A) West Bromwich 

1037 GREEN, Edward John (A) London 

952 GREEN, Ernest Thomas (F) London 

758 GREEN, Herbert William Garlton (F) Lincoln 

671 GREENBAUM, Harry Jacob (A) London 

799 GREENFIELD, John Herdman (F) Kendal 

1258 GREENHILL, Basil William (A) London 

439 GREENWOOD, Clyde Priest (F) Canberra 

493 GREGG, Thomas William (F) Bristol 

52 GREiG,John (F) Hawick 

219 GRENNAN, Robert Leslie (F) London 

501 GRIEVE, Thomas Gordon Scott (A) Melbourne 

675 GRIFFITHS, Arthur Henry Vernon (A) London 

82 GRIFFITHS, Norman (F) Tunstall 

713 GRIFFITHS, William Thomas (A) Hollinwood 

1600 GRIMSHAW, James Edward (F) Lincoln 
955 GROUT, Aubrey Victor (F) Epping 

1633 GROUND, William James (A) Peterborough 

1457 GROVES, Edward (A) Chatham 

559 GROVES, Leslie Parker (A) Tunstall 

1421 GRYLLS, Hubert Leslie de Courcy (F) London 

891 GUMMERSALL, John Leslie (A) Leeds 

1 60 1 GUTHRIE, William Heaton (F) Leicester 
1121 GWILLIAM, Harry Keith (A) Nuneaton 
1075 HACKETT, William (F) Leicester 

"5 



C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 



Number 



1417 HAGKMAN, Florence Kate 


(F) Brighton 


1 282 HADEN, John Birkhead 


(A) Sheffield 


778 HADLEY, Reginald Harry 


(F) Birmingham 


1 1 70 HAHN, Hugo Hercules 


(A) Paarl 


1 1 05 HAILES, Hubert Charles Thomas 


(A) Dorchester 


1570 HALDANE-ROBERTSON, Langton George Duncan 




(A) St. Andrews 


1 186 HALE, Cecil Fremeaux 


(A) Leicester 


1097 HALE, Dudley Herbert 


(A) Manchester 


663 HALES, Frederick 


(F) Middlesbrough 


276 HALL, Cyril Gordon 


(A) Sheffield 


41 1 HALL, Francis Edwin 


(A) Wellington 


1364 HALL, George Thomas 


(A) London 


1 223 HALL, John Albert 


(F) Cirencester 


1 392 HALL, John de Souza 


(F) Bristol 


43 HALL, Leslie Bryan 


(A) Manchester 


536 HALL, Walter Sydney 


(A) Banbury 


80 1 HALSALL, George Stephen 


(A) Southport 


405 HANGHET, Ernest Reuben 


(F) Colchester 


1460 HANKINS, Cyril Arthur Andrew 


(F) Salford 


1483 HANSON, Harold Buckley 


(F) Earby Via Colne 


131 HANSOTIA, Pestonji Cawasj i 


(F) Bombay 


338 HARDING, Frederick Alfred John 


(F) London 


909 HARDING, Leslie William 


(F) Walthamstow 


1327 HARDING, Sheila Mary 


(A) Boston 


924 HARDY, George Henry 


(A) Coventry 


116 





Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 

1531 HARKER,John (F) Kirkby Stephen 

1538 HARMER, Clement Robert (A) Walthamstow 

1384 HARPER, Eric Robert (A) London 

1070 HARRINGTON, Cornelius (F) Cork 

581 HARRIS, Rrederick (A) Walthamstow 

54 HARRIS, George Ernest Bellamah (F) Pontypridd 

871 HARRIS, Kenneth Alfred (A) London 

340 HARRIS, Lloyd (A) Newport 

589 HARRIS, William Alfred (A) Berkhamsted 

784 HARRIS, William James (A) London 

747 HARRIS, William Leonard Hepworth (F) Woodford Bridge 

986 HARRISON, Godfrey (F) Acton 

1442 HARRISON, Robert Haltom (F) London 

822 HARTLEY, Harold Victor (A) Burnley 

977 HASTING, Charles Albert (F) London 

1403 HATERIA, Homi Ardeshir (A) Bombay 

1496 HATTON, Samuel (A) Manchester 

566 HAWLEY, John Henry Joseph (A) Belfast 

344 HAWORTH, Fred (F) Gt. Harwood 

1253 HAWORTH, James (A) Thirsk 

1553 HAWORTH, Ronald (A) Llanelly 

1243 HAYNES, Frederick John (A) Whitstable 

459 HAYNES, Frederick Thomas (A) London 

1301 HEALY, Jeremiah Joseph (A) Cork 

622 HEAP, John (F) Blackpool 

117 



C.G.S. Year Book, 1939 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 



Membership 
Number 
1487 HEARN, Albert 

1617 HEATHER, William Leonard 

1598 HEERAMANECK, Gool Munchershaw 

964 HENDERSON, Alva Edward 

1010 HENDERSON, John Williamson 

1572 HENDERSON, Peter Burns 

679 HENNIKER, Reginald Hector 

625 HENRY, Harry Mason 

1360 HERBERT, Austin 

1478 HERBERT, Sydney Harry 

540 HESFORD, Alfred 

725 HETHERINGTON, Tamar 

874 HEWITT, George James 

546 HEYWOOD, Harry Cecil 

659 HICKEY, Mary 

1252 HICKS, Dudley Gonnop 

1489 HICKS, Ivor Harold 

607 HICKSON, Frederick 

771 HIGGINS, Maurice Edward 

1503 HIGGINS, Sydney Frederick 

673 HIGTON, Ernest 

1078 HILLMAN, Dorothy Mary 

1607 HILLS, Alfred Claude 

285 HILTON, William 



(A) 

(A) 

(A) 

(A) 

(A) 

(A) 

(A) 

(F) 

(A) 

(F) 

(A) 

(F) 

(A) 

(A) 
(F) 
(A) 
(F) 
(A) 
(F) 
(A) 
(A) 
(F) 
(F) 
(F) 



Amersham 
London 
Cawnpore 
Keswick 
Coatbridge 
North Broomhill 
Sydney 
Leeds 
London 
Guildford 
Manchester 
Carlisle 

Newcastle under 
Lyme 

Salford 

Birkenhead 

London 

London 

Hindley Green 

London 

Portsmouth 

Glossop 

Peterborough 

London 

Ashton-under- 
Lyne 



1 1 48 HODGE, Richard Charles 



(A) Nottingham 



118 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 
1092 HODGSON, Samuel 

460 HODGSON, Thomas 

854 HOGBEN, Bernard Tunbridge 

1050 HOLDEN, James 

1498 HOLDEN, Reginald John 

1 142 HOLDSTOCK, John Stuart 

966 HOLDSWORTH, May Yeadon 

1196 HOLLIS, Norman 

1366 HOLLOWAY, Cecil 

849 HOLLOWAY, Cecil Jack 

1216 HOLLOWAY, Edgar Northcote 

1350 HOLMES, Stanley 

1654 HOLT, Arthur 

1494 HOLT, Harold 

576 HOLT, William Benjamin 

751 HOMER, Sydney Ernest 

714 HONBROOK, Edward 

1568 HONEY, Ronald Courtenay Charles 

1493 HOPWOOD, William 

1066 HORSHAM, Arthur Robert 

1477 HOUGHTON, Walter 

1512 HOWARD, Edward Kenneth 

1495 HOWARD, John 
232 HOWARTH, Walter 

1 648 HOWELL, James Frederick 

119 



(F) 


Carlisle 


(A) 


Blackburn 


(A) 


London 


(A) 


Bury 


(F) 


Neyland 


(F) 


Newbury 


(A) 


Bradford 


(A) 


Bourne 


(A) 


Luton 


(A) 


Northampton 


(A) 


London 


(F) 


Newcastle on 
Tyne 


(F) 


Southall 


(F) 


Tottington 


(A) 


Lima 


(F) 


London 


(A) 


Swansea 


(A) 


London 


(A) 


Oswaldtwistlc 


(A) 


London 


(F) 


Bury 


(A) 


Warrington 


(F) 


Runcorn 


(F) 


Whitefield 


(A) 


London 



G.C.S. Year Book, 

Fellows (F) and Associates 



Membership 
Number 

809 HUCKLE, Leslie Charles 

1225 HUDSON, Charles Douglas 

1046 HUGHES, George Richard 

1 297 HUMBLE, Frederick 

1014 HUMPHREY, Ralph Charles 

716 HUNT, Albert Henry 

1068 HUNT, Reginald Clarke 

213 HUNTLEY, William Rouel 

1293 HURRELL, Stanley 

1213 HUTCHINGS, Arthur Stanley 

477 HYDE, Ernest Watson 

1088 IBBS, Arthur 

973 INGHAM, Charles Ivan 

368 INGRAM, William Brown 

668 IRVINE, Arthur Henry 

551 IVORY, Charles Arthur 

79 JACKSON, Charles Augustus 

770 JACKSON, George William 

45 JACKSON, James Henry 

1042 JACKSON, Raphael 

1623 JACKSON, Thomas Richard 

553 JACKSON, William Robert 

433 JAGGARD, Harold Percy 

1647 JAGGER, James Arthur 



1939 

(A) 

(A) London 

(A) London 

(A) Chester 

(A) Wallsend 
(F) London 

(A) Hitchin 

(A) Dartford 

(A) Rabaul 

(F) Cambridge 

(A) Portsmouth 

(F) Bradford 

(F) Eccleshall 

(F) Worksop 

(F) Bedford 

(F) Blackpool 

(F) Jarrow-on-Tyne 

(F) Manchester 

(F) Kettering 

(F) London 

(F) London 

F) Newcastle on 
Tyne 

(F) West Hartlepool 

(F) Grays 

(A) Upton-on-Severn 



120 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 



Membership 
Number 

I 3 I 9 JAMES, Frederick Gordon 

651 JAMES, Harry 

31 JAMES, Louis 

982 JAMES, William Arnold 



1455 JAMIESON, Norman 

781 JANES, Walter Frederick 

1590 JARVB, William Thomas 

1646 JENKINS, Charles Alfred 

1448 JENKINS, Robert William 

516 JENNINGS, Frank 

923 JESSOP, Alec Redfearn 

1039 JIGGINS, Harold George 

879 JOHNSON, Emma Trevor 

1 1 87 JOHNSON, Fred 

1 288 JOHNSON, John Frederick 

1 6 1 1 JOHNSON, Thomas 

825 JOHNSTON, Lionel Saunders 

1 20 JOINT, Reginald Turner 

1595 JOLLIFFE, Jeanette Pearl Mary 

114 JONES, Arthur 

968 JONES, Clifford Ellam 

1296 JONES, Douglas 

323 JONES, George Taylor 

640 JONES, Herbert 

1402 JONES, John 

121 



(A) 


Twickenham 


(A) 


Birkenhead 


(F) 


Newcastle on 
Tyne 


(A) 


Harrogate 


(A) 


Liverpool 


(F) 


Birmingham 


(F) 


Leatherhead 


(F) 


London 


(A) 


Minster 


(F) 


London 


(A) 


Bridlington 


(A) 


London 


(F) 


London 


(F) 


South Shields 


(A) 


London 


(A) 


Birkenhead 


(A) 


Gladstone 


(A) 


London 


(F) 


Tavistock 


(A) 


Doncaster 


(F) 


Attleborough 


(F) 


Chester 


(A) 


Pontefract 


(A) 


Sheffield 


(A) 


Chester 



C.C.S. Year Book, 

Fellows (F) and Associates 
Membership 
Number 
1532 JONES, John 

1 26 1 JONES, Robert John 

513 JONES, Ronald Morris 

1369 JONES, Vernon Gwyn 

159 JONES, Victor Alfred 

1558 JONES, William 

317 JONES, William 

693 JUDD, Mary Elizabeth 

1504 KATER, Douglas Alfred 

1353 KATRAK, Hormasji Dinshawji 

1615 KAY, Cecil 

1549 KEARNES, William Ernest 

1410 KEEBLE, Lancelot 

1419 KELLETT, William Thomas 

1 375 KEMPTON, Joseph James 

985 KENNING, Frank Herbert Jones 

238 KENNY, Matthew James 

1038 KENWRIGHT, John Riley Stanford 

1 145 KENYON, Gerald Alfred 

1453 KERR, Mark 

815 KERRELL-VAUGHAN, Alfred Reginald 

309 KHADDER, George Assad 

1437 KILROY, Patrick Joseph 

1 86 KING, Harrie John 

80 KIONG, Gheah Inn 

918 KIRK, Edwin 

122 



1939 

(A) 

(A) Bristol 

(F) Liverpool 

(A) London 

(A) Ponticlum 

(F) i Coventry 

(A) Wrexham 

(F) Ontario 

(A) Wellingborough 

(A) London 

(F) Nagpur 

(A) Barrow-in-Furness 

(F) London 

(A) Nottingham 

(F) Barrow-in-Furness 

(A) Harrow 

(A) Northampton 

(F) Dublin 

(A) Birmingham 

(F) Middlesbrough 

(F) Malton 

(A) Aylesbury 

(F) Jerusalem 

(F) Dublin 

(F) London 

(F) Penang 

(A) Bradford 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 



Membership 
Number 

1290 KISSAGK, Thomas Wesley (F) 

1093 KITCHIN, William Norman (A) 

818 KNIGHT, Eric Alwyn (A) 

528 KNIGHT, Llewellyn Thomas (F) 

1339 KNIGHT, Stanley Thomas (A) 

1667 KNOTT, Thomas (A) 

1481 KNOWLAND, Reginald George (F) 

511 KNOWLES, Leonard Jackson (F) 

1 1 03 KNOX, David Robert (F) 

1336 KROON, Gordon Clement (F) 

210 KYLE, Norman Glanan (A) 

683 LABUSGAGNE, Hercules Johannes (A) 

1574 LACEY, Ernest James (F) 

850 LAIDMAN, Arthur William (F) 

836 LAKIN, Charles Edward (F) 

6 1 3 LAMB, John William (A) 

498 LANCASTER-GAVE, Leo Lancaster Willis (F) 



1247 LANDY, Harry 

448 LANG, George Frederick 

531 LANGTON, Ernest Charles 

1382 LATIMER, George 

1414 LAWRENCE, Harold Leslie 

1418 LAWRIE, Edward James 

1372 LAWSON, William 

1230 LEAKER, Albert 

737 LEDGER, Clifford 



(A) 
(F) 
(A) 
(F) 
(A) 
(A) 
(F) 
(A) 
(F) 



London 

Millom 

London 

London 

London 

Oldham 

Portishead 

London 

Limerick 

Mafekin 

Sydney 

Bloemfontein 

Winslow 

Horsham 

Stoke-on-Trent 

London 

Brighton 

London 

Coleford 

London 

Halesowen 

London 

London 

London 

Birmingham 

Haydock 



123 



C.C.S. Year Book, 

Fellows (F) and Associates 
Membership 
Number 

1165 LE GALLEZ, Frederick Charles 

1183 LEIGH, Barnett 

425 LEITGH, John Gibson 

445 LEONARD, Alfred 

994 LE Roux, Johannes Jacobus 

280 LESSER, Ernest Charles 

38 LEVETT, Bernard 

717 LEWIS, Bernard Rowland 

66 LEWIS, George Kenneth 

395 LEWIS, Harry 

1 388 LEWIS, John Philip 

700 LEWIS, William John 

641 LINDLEY, Gerald Herbert 

1311 LINFORD, Frank 

776 LINKHORN, James William 

926 LINTERN, Cyril Edward George 

1198 LINTOTT, David Bernard 

332 LIPKIN, Matthew Israel 

1306 LITTLE, William Johnston 

1295 LITTLER, Eric Arthur 

347 LLEWELLYN, Frederick Thomas 

1 1 66 LLOYD, John Warwick 
1475 LLOYD, Robert Arthur 

326 LOCHHEAD, Arthur William 
346 LOGKHART, James Herbert 
1578 LOCKLEY, Harold Sidney 

124 



1939 

(A) 

(F) Guernsey 

(F) London 

(F) Glasgow 

(A) Manchester 

(A) 1 Cape Town 

(F) Birmingham 

(F) London 

(A) Dudley 

(A) Birmingham 

(A) Pontlottyn 

(A) Manchester 

(F) Swindon 

(A) Huddersfield 

(A) Hemel Hempstead 

(F) Golders Green 

(A) Swindon 

(F) London 

(F) Johannesburg 

(A) Cockermouth 

(A) Spilsby 

(A) Skewen 

(A) Bridgnorth 

(A) Wrexham 

(F) Leicester 

(F) Pitsford 

(A) Queensfeny 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 

1390 LOMAS, Walter Harrop (F) Birmingham 

1371 LONOBOTTOM, Arthur Bertram (F) Derby 

654 LONGSTAFF, Thomas (F) Appleby 

876 LORD, Samuel (A) Sheffield 

1195 LOUKS, Ethfel (A) Middlesbrough 

1657 LOVICK, Albert (F) Basingstoke 

1548 LOWNDES, Clarence Edward (A) Stoke-on-Trent 

403 LOWRIE, Albert Barnes (F) London 

1596 LUCAS, George Frederick (F) Hereford 

634 LUCAS, Sidney (F) Otley 

577 LUCKWELL, Edwin Cecil (A) Swansea 

164 LUDFORD, Lawrance (F) Birmingham 

883 LUDIK, Izak Johannes Guilliame (F) Bethlehem 

1219 LUND, Thomas Waterton (A) Burntisland 

1012 LUNN, George William (F) Kirkham 

1285 Lurz, Harold (A) Thornton Heath 

1635 LUXFORD, Kenneth George Thomas (A) Redhill 

1644 LYNCH, Henry Terence (A) Liverpool 

843 MAcCoRMAC, Michael Francis (F) Dublin 

1060 MACILWAIN, Samuel Spears (A) Glasgow 

897 MACINNES, Finlay (A) Dingwall 

370 MACINTOSH, James (F) Singapore 

264 MACKAY, Charles William (F) Dundee 

1259 MACKAY, James Dickson Combrie (F) Glasgow 

1513 MACKINTOSH, Alexander Couper (A) Glasgow 



C.C.S. Year Book, 

Fellows (F) and Associates 



Membership 
Number 

1423 MACLEAN, George 

1337 MADELL, Albert Henry 

1 1 88 MADEN, Harry 

1312 MAGGS, Lucy Agnes 

1313 MAGGS, Philip George 
1084 MAITLAND, William George 
1340 MAJUMDAR, Sures Chandra 
1035 MALONE, Thomas John 

163 MANN, Frederick George 

887 MARCHANT, John 

248 MARKS, Harold Aubrey 

591 MARRIOTT, Ernest 

1232 MARSHALL, Adam 

795 MARSHALL, Herbert 

805 MARSHALL, Joseph Gharles Albert 

192 MARSHALL, James Stuart 

946 MARTIN, Margaret 

1284 MASKELL, Horace Maclean 

20 1 MASSEY, Owen 

384 MASTER, Nityanand Pranjiwandas 

1227 MATHER, James 

141 1 MATHEW, David Millgan 

1449 MATTHEWS, James 

429 MAURY, Charles Frederick John 

1 1 28 MAWDSLEY, James 

126 



1939 

(A) 

(A) Glasgow 

(F) London 

(A) Rawtenstall 

(F) Bath 

(F) Bristol 

(A) London 

(F) Bombay 

(F) Dublin 

(F) Cape Town 

(A) London 

(F) Ramsgate 

(F) Matlock 

(A) Stevenson 

(F) London 

(A) London 

(A) Blyth 

(A) Glasgow 

(F) Northwood 

(F) Smethwick 

(F) Nagpur 

(F) Skelmersdale 

(A) Stevenston 

(A) Newcastle on 
Tyne 



(F) 
(A) 



Leeds 
Ormskirk 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 
1321 MAXWELL, Herbert Hargreaves 

888 MAYLOR, Florence 

893 MAYO, Arthur James 

1286 McBRiDE, Hugh Crawford Boyle 

723 McGLURG, James Barclay 

524 McCowAN, Harry 

1362 McGowAN, James 

620 McCuLLOCH, Archibald Hood 

1602 MCDONALD, William Hall Tookey 

1666 MclNTOSH, John Tweedie 

988 McKAY, Ronald Reay 

1273 MCLAREN, Alexander 

8 McMuRRAY, William 

335 MCNAMARA, Francis 

669 MEAGHER, John Francis 

492 MEHARG, William Blakeley 

746 MEHTA, Sorhab Dhunjisha 

1581 MEIRY, Meir Benzion 

1 70 MENON, Elamana Narayanan Krishna (F) 

1001 MENZIES, Alfred Kitson Hird 

1250 MERRICK, Arthur Lewis 

1063 MERRILL, Walter 

662 MICHAEL, Osmond Vernon 

958 MICHAEL, Percival William 

I o 1 1 MICKLEWRIGHT, William John 

127 



(A) 


London 


(F) 


Poole 


(F) 


Margate 


(F) 


Port Glasgow 


(F) 


Blackburn 


(F) 


Glasgow 


(A) 


Glasgow 


(F) 


Arias 


(F) 


London 


(F) 


Motherwell 


(A) 


Wrexham 


(F) 


Edinburgh 


(F) 


Liverpool 


(F) 


Arklow 


(F) 


Thuries 


(F) 


Gastlerock 


(F) 


Bombay 


(A) 


Jerusalem 


(F) 


Trichur 


(A) 


London 


(A) 


Oldham 


(A) 


Manchester 


(A) 


London 


(A) 


Calcutta 


(A) 


Subdury 



C.C.S. Year Book, 

Fellows (F) and Associates 



Membership 
Number 

750 MIDGELEY, Edward White 

1575 MILES, Kenneth Alfred Frederick 

967 MILES, Wilfred 

865 MILLER, Charles Hugh 

1 1 1 2 MILLS, Ernest Leon 

406 MILLS, Norman Frederick 

1047 MILL WARD, Roy Cuddeford 

1330 MINNOGK, Patrick 

1087 MiNOCHER-HoMji, Adi Rustomji 

423 MITCHELL, Harry Oscar 

1579 MODI, Ambalal Keshavlal 

1468 MONKHOUSE, Francis Henry 

1056 MOODY, Edward 

756 MOODY, Ernest Leslie 

394 MOODY, Reginald Cyril 

567 MOORE, Arthur Edward 

1420 MOORE, Albert Ernest Montague 

369 MOORE, Charles William 

1338 MOORE, Harold 

1501 MORGAN, Frederic Rowland 

726 MORGAN, George Watson 

603 MORGAN, Ida Winifred 

475 MORGAN, William David 

773 MORLEY, Arthur 

543 MORLEY, George 

128 



1939 

(A) 

(F) Keighley 

(F) London 

(A) Stoke-on-Trent 

(A) Swansea 

(A) London 

(A) Chester 

(A) Tottenham 

(A) Offaly 

(A) Bombay 

(F) Keighley 

(F) Indore City 

(A) Beckenham 

(A) London 

(A) Battle 

(A) Llandudno 

(F) Market Har- 
borough 

(A) London 

(A) London 

(A) March 

(F) Seaford 

(F) Preston 

(A) London 

(A) Aberystwyth 



(F) 
(F) 



Harrogate 
Mansfield 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 

722 MORREY, Ernest Beardmore (F) Liverpool 

5 MORRIS, Barnett Bernard (F) Birmingham 

759 MORRIS, Henry (A) Crewe 

1519 MORRIS, Reginald Percy (F) Northampton 

917 MORRIS, Shirley George (F) Leicester 

1479 MORTIMER, John Douglas (A) London 

1564 MORWOOD, Percival Harry (A) Sheffield 

1582 MOSES, Ernest (F) Bishop Auckland 

102 Moss, Stanley (A) Bolton 

1098 MOTIWALLA, Narotamdas Damoderdas (A) Bombay 

1571 MOTIWALLA, Rusi Dadabhoy (A) Bombay 

1541 MOYSES, William George Paul (F) Senekal 

1208 MUNDY, Arthur Curtis (A) London 

899 MUNRO, Hector Cameron (F) Exeter 

1083 MUNRO, William (F) Currie 

220 MURCH, William Joseph (F) Barnstaple 

1552 MURDOCH, Gladys Evelyn (A) London 

942 MURRAY, John Vincent (F) Vancouver 

389 MURRELL, Walter Henry (F) Derby 

1157 MYERS, James (F) Crook 

547 NALLASETH, Kaikhooshru Piroshaw (F) Bombay 

969 NASH, Alan Walter (F) Reading 

878 NEAVE, William Henry (F) Swindon 

1612 NEIL, David Morgan (A) London 

848 NELSON, Charles William (F) Saffron Waldcn 

129 



C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 
1 154 NELSON, Frank Gelling 

947 NELSON, James Andrew 

453 NEVE, Arthur William 

1380 NEWBY, Herbert Schofield 

1443 NEWLOVE, Roy 

553 NEWNHAM, Frank Henry 

89 NEWSOME, George Richard 

420 NEWTON, George William 

1 535 NEWTON, John Victor 

1008 NICHOLLS, Maurice 

499 NICHOLS, Frederick Hector Macdonald (A) 

928 NICHOLS, Herbert 

1594 NICHOLS, Raymond 

1438 NICHOLS, Thomas Basil Valentine 

742 NICHOLSON, Jack Scholefield 

1651 NICOL, William Allardyce 

136 NIGHTINGALE, Norman 

1 1 20 NKON, John Johnson 

506 NORTH, Herbert Richard 

920 NUTTALL, Albert Ralph 

1471 OAKES, Fred 

1653 OAKES, Walter 

655 OAKLEY, Cyril Walter 

1464 O'BRIEN-TWOHIG, Michael Joseph 

130 



(A) 


Liverpool 


(A) 


St. Johns 
Newfoundland 


(F) 


Mildenhall 


(F) 


Blackpool 


(A) 


Burnley 


(F) 


Farnham 


(F) 


Bradford 


(F) 


Longwood 


(F) 


Shrewsbury 


(A) 


Hounslow 


(A) 


Peterborough 


(A) 


Rochdale 


(A) 


Newcastle on 
Tyne 


(F) 


Portsmouth 


(A) 


Gleckheaton 


(F) 


Nottingham 


(A) 


Stockport 


(A) 


Woodhall Spa 


(F) 


Manchester 


(A) 


Salford 


(F) 


Brierley Hill 


(A) 


Hanley 


(A) 


Sutton Coldfield 


(F) 


Dublin 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 



Membership 
Number 
1465 O'CoNNELL, Patrick Dominic (F) 



(F) 
(F) 



Weston-super- 
Mare 



376 ODDY, Stanley Douglas (F) Sutton 

614 OGDEN, Arnold (A) Rochdale 

793 ODGEN, George (F) 

172 OGG, Frederick Henry (F) 

500 OLDHAM, Irene (F) 

514 OLIVER, Charles Henry (A) London 

1171 OLORENSHAW, Leslie (A) 

892 OMAND, William Greenwell (F) 

1409 Oo, Khoo Khai (A) 

644 OPPENHEIM, Henry 

1113 OSBORNE, Cecil 

1163 OSTLER, Sidney Ernest 

275 OUTHET, Arthur George 

812 OWEN, Donald Thomas 

791 PACKER, Charles 

1434 PAGE, Harry 

847 PAGE, John Cranstoun Knollys 

1508 PAGE, Richard Stanley 

292 PALK, Rodney Charles 

1263 PALMER, Alfred 

685 PALMER, Edward John 

1329 PALMER, Herbert 

1136 PARKER, Francis James (F) 

857 PARKINSON, Harold (F) Batley 



Manchester 

Leamington Spa 

Bradford 

London 

Southall 

Crook 

Penang 

(A) Felixstowe 
(F) Liverpool 
(A) London 
(A) Scarborough 
(A) Carmarthen 

Manchester 

Leicester 

(A) Birmingham 
(A) Hunnington 
(F) Glasgow 
(F) Glasgow 
(F) Bristol 
(F) Nottingham 

Amersham 



C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 

330 PARSONS, George Alfred Arthur (F) London 

1456 PARSONS, Horace Howard (A) Bristol 

224 PARTINGTON, Albert Edward (F) London 

1355 PARTRIDGE, Izett Helen (A) Newbury 

1 299 PAYNE, Ernest Edwin (A) ' London 

718 PEARCY, Alfred Brooksbank (F) Wolverhampton 

250 PEARLMAN, Joseph (A) Leeds 

1466 PEARMAIN, Geoffrey Seaber (F) Luton 

337 PEARSON, Alfred Charles Hartland (A) Birmingham 

1426 PEAT, Percy (A) Leeds 

1638 PEDLER, Tom Simpson (F) London 

1515 PEERMAN, John Dennis Terrange (A) Hounslow 

783 PELLETT, Henry Alfred (F) Brighton 

1314 PEMBERTON, Thomas William (F) Croydon 

855 PEREGRINE, David John Morien (F) Pontyclun 

895 PERIAM, Harry (F) London 

760 PETERS, Sidney Colston (A) Bristol 

1385 PETTIFER, William James (A) London 

1365 PHARO, John Henry (F) Stafford 

1628 PHILIP, Norman Campbell (F) Dublin 

no PHILIPS, Robert (A) Glasgow 

1458 PHILLIPS, Cecil John (F) Northampton 

571 PIDCOCK, John Frederick (F) Derby 

1 1 60 PIDGEON, Arthur Francis (A) Warrington 

632 PIKE, Alfred Thomas (F) London 

979 PILKINGTON, Edward (A) Heanor 

132 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 



Membership 
Number 
1067 PILKINGTON, Thomas 



(A) 



853 PILLAI, Ponnampalam Thamotharam (A) 

1283 FINER, George Henry (A) 

1280 PINFOLD, John Frederick (A) 

684 PINK, David Frederick Ernest (A) 

882 PINKHAM Victor Harold (F) 

608 PLEDGE, Thomas Ritchie (F) 

674 POLLOCK, John (F) 

1133 POLLOK, Nicholas (F) 

1556 POOLE, Frank Reginald (F) 

965 POON, Khoo Ghoo (A) 

912 POPKINS, Gwynfor Owen (A) 

1514 PORRER, Robert (A) 

908 PORTER, Charles Frederick (F) 

74 POTTER, George William Henry (F) 

274 POTTER, Sidney Arthur (A) 

1565 POTTS, Henry Wynne (F) 

837 POUND, Percy Salisbury (F) 

277 POWELL, Francis Henry Willoughby (A) 

298 POWELL, Herbert Edward (F) 

587 POYSER, Norman Henry (A) 

1373 PREECE, Howard George (A) 

467 PRESCOTT, Richard Henry (F) 

1641 PRESS, Rowland McQuinn (F) 

741 PRICE, Florence Mitchley (A) 

133 



Worcester 

Colombo 

London 

London 

London 

London 

London 

Sale 

Auckland 

Wirral 

Penang 

Wetherby 

London 

Whitefield 

Sunder land 

Coventry 

Stokesley 

London 

Pinner 

Rickmansworth 

Durban 

Birmingham 

Banbury 

London 

Wirral 



G.G.S. Year Book, 

Fellows (F) and Associates 
Membership 
Number 
1517 PRIDDEN, Herbert 

862 PRIDDY, Harry Frank 
944 PRIDIE, George 

803 PRIESTLEY, Charles Leslie 

17 PRIESTMAN, Arthur Granville 

1347 PULLAN, Harry Lowther 

1576 PYE, Joseph 

1509 PYKE, Leslie Ambrose Clifton 

1 226 RADWAY, Reginald Albert Price 

1649 RAINEY-EDWARDS, William 

267 RAJAK, Harry Xavier 

820 RALEIGH, Cecil Bernard 

1446 RAMA, Kambhampati Seetha 

294 RANDALL, Thomas William 

517 RANKEN, Frederick Victor 

534 RANKINE, Austin Abercrombie 

1220 RANN, Albert Charles 

227 RAWNSLEY, Reginald Gerald 

1444 RAWSON, Andrew Vincent 

1090 READ, Bertie Lees 

1 049 REDDY, Francis James 

754 REDDY, Thomas Hamilton 

6 1 1 REEVES, John Sydney 

1413 REID, Henry 

804 RETALLICK, Lancelot John 

134 



1939 

(A) 

(A) Warrington 

(A) Cirencester 

(F) London 

(A) Wakefield 

(F) Birmingham 

(A) Leeds 

(F) Eastham 

(F) London 

(A) Highworth 

(F) St. Ives 

(A) Johannesburg 

(A) Limerick 

(A) Guntur 

(A) London 

(A) London 

(F) Maryborough 

(A) Eastleigh 

(A) Leeds 

(F) Doncaster 

(A) London 

(A) Dublin 

(A) London 

(A) Doncaster 

(A) London 

(F) Wellington 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 
813 RHODEN, Leslie Gwinneth 

570 RICHARDS, John Henry 
1322 RICHARDS, Norman 

114 RICHARDSON, Alan 



1621 RICHARDSON, Cyril Cecil 

334 RICHARDSON, Victor Ernest 

1587 RICHMOND, Leonard 

243 RICKERBY, Leonard William Robert 

1 239 RIDD, Cyril Vincent 

1265 RIDER, Thomas Ringland 

386 RIDGWAY, Norman 

1 66 1 RIDINGS, Hubert 

1137 RIDOUT, Robert Ernest Thomas 

711 RIGBY, William 

1555 RISEBOROUGH, Jack 

720 RIVERS, John Hamilton 

29 ROBBINS, Harry Gilbert 

1134 ROBERTS, Arthur Gongora de Villamar (F) 

1276 ROBERTS, Clifford Dryhurst 

1461 ROBERTS, Douglas 

677 ROBERTS, George Llewellyn 

670 ROBERTS, Haydn 

1031 ROBERTS, Henry 

1589 ROBERTS, John Harold Benedict 

1019 ROBERTSON, Alexander 

135 



(A) 


Chester 


(F) 


Standish 


(A) 


Manchester 


(A) 


Grimsby 


(F) 


Norwich 


(F) 


Brighton 


(F) 


Liverpool 


(A) 


London 


(A) 


London 


(A) 


Manchester 


(A) 


Manchester 


(A) 


Birmingham 


(F) 


London 


(F) 


Ormskirk 


(A) 


Narborough 


(A) 


Cambridge 


(F) 


Birmingham 


(F) 


Holyhead 


(F) 


St. Albans 


(A) 


Manchester 


(F) 


London 


(F) 


Holywell 


(F) 


Harrogate 


(A) 


Croydon 


(A) 


Dunfermline 



C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 
401 ROBERTSON, William Robert 

715 ROBSON, Frank 

1454 ROBSON, John William 

385 ROBSON, William 

1 1 1 1 ROFFEY, Ernest William 

68 1 ROGERS, Francis 

839 ROLLTT, Dorrell Kaye 

1332 ROSGOE, Thomas 

1561 ROSE, John William 

1586 Ross, Ian Alastair 

1480 ROTHEY, George Auguste Frederick 

379 ROTHWELL, Arthur 

757 ROTHWELL, Stanley 

392 ROUTLEDGE, Charles Percy 

794 ROWBOTHAM, Frederick Gobden 

526 ROWSON, Stanley 

1251 ROYLE, Alan Frederick 

1218 RUDDLE, Edward Denney 

242 RUDDOCK, James Johnston 

1539 RUSHTON, Thomas Parkinson 

1 82 RUSSELL, George James 

1281 RUSSELL, Samuel Henry 

1412 RUTHERFORD, Sidney 

1209 SAADY, Morris 

136 



(A) 


London 


(A) 


Newcastle on Tyne 


(F) 


Glasgow 


(F) 
(F)' 


South Shields 
London 


(F) 


Knaresborough 


(F) 


London 


(A) 


Horwich 


(A) 


London 


(F) 


London 


(F) 


Gainsborough 


(A) 


Hindley 


(A) 


Manchester 


(F) 


London 


(F) 


Hemsworth 


(A) 


Manchester 


(A) 


Newcastle on 
Tyne 


(F) 


Walsall 


(F) 


Limerick 


(F) 


Clitheroe 


(F) 


London 


(A) 


London 


(F) 


Liverpool 


(A) 


London 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 
1 543 SADLER, Sydney James 

1135 SALTER, Ernest 

1324 SAM, Josiah Lyttleton 

1425 SAMPSON, Alwyn Tregelles 

364 SAMUEL, William Brynmon 

1377 SANDERS, John 

1307 SAOULA, Joseph 

1665 SARGEANT, Royland Douglas 

308 SAROVITCH, Morris 

1007 SAUNDERSON, William Robert 

161 SCOTT, Arthur Wilkinson 

343 SCOTT, Thomas Dunnett 

492 SCRUTON, Herbert 

1354 SEABORNE, Marian Arabella Inez 

1192 SEABROOK, George Alfred 

508 SEARJEANT, Joseph Edward 

600 SENEVIRATNE, Charles Christopher Jacolyn 

1 68 SENIOR, William Herbert 

1236 SHARP, William Arthur Frank 

399 SHARPLEY, William 

529 SHAWCROSS, Arthur James 

407 SHEPHERD, Leslie Alfred William 

970 SHEPPARD, Cyril Bernard 

188 SHEPPARD, Frank Hiett 

1200 SHIRLEY, Frederick 

1304 SHORE, William Leslie 

'37 



(F) 


Hadleigh 


(A) 


Bradford 


(A) 


Demerara 


(F) 


Manchester 


(F) 


Cardiff 


(A) 


Chester-le-Street 


(A) 


London 


(A) 


Colchester 


(F) 


Johannesburg 


(A) 


Liverpool 


(F) 


Manchester 


(F) 


Glasgow 


(A) 


Brisbane 


(A) 


St. Albans 


(A) 


London 


(F) 


King's Lynn 


)lyn 
(F) 


Colombo 


(A) 


Scissett 


(A) 


Bedford 


(F) 


Altrincham 


(A) 


Torquay 


(F) 


New Maiden 


(A) 


Mataffin 


(F) 


Coventry 


(A) 


Chesterfield 


(F) 


Liverpool 



C.G.S. Year Book, 1939 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 

fr 
Number 

558 SIMPSON, Alfred Sidney (A) London 

765 SIMPSON, Ernest Leslie (F) Manchester 

807 SIMPSON, Gordon Leslie (F) New Barnet 

390 SIMPSON, James (F) Blackburn 

1445 SINHA, J. N. P. (A) Hoshangabad 

729 SITARAMAYYA, Mallajosyula (F) Guntur 

856 SKEATH, Arthur Molyneux (F) Sandbach 

1015 SKERRATT, Cecil Eardley (F) Hull 

1244 SKINNER, Stanley (F) Atherstone 

197 SLATER, Wilfred Lawrence (A) Oldham 

574 SLEATH, Frederick Arthur (A) Coventry 

864 SMEDLEY, Walter Reginald (A) Mansfield 

176 SMILEY, Sam (F) Manchester 

252 SMITH, Eric Charles Glen (A) Leeds 

310 SMITH, Frank (F) Hull 

563 SMITH, Frederick Benjamin (A) Seisdon 

596 SMITH, Frederick William (F) Woiverhampton 

1086 SMITH, George Keeling (A) Chelmsford 

1096 SMITH, Harold (A) London 

656 SMITH, Harry (F) Blackburn 

1317 SMITH, Henry (F) Bulawayo 

1 1 24 SMITH, John Malcolm Gordon (A) Dungannon 

802 SMITH, Joseph Morris (A) Halesowen 

1544 SMITH, Joseph Percy (A) Liverpool 

416 SMITH, Kenneth James (F) Waliasey 

138 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 



Number 

1627 SMITH, Leonard Beaumont 

996 SMITH, Leslie 

1523 SMITH, Matthew McCreadie Murray 

1526 SMITH, Percy Samuel 

692 SMITH, Richard Johnson 

1359 SMITH, Thomas Harold 

712 SMITH, Thomas Reginald 

1451 SMYTH, Richard Hugh 

*537 SNEAD, Cyril Albert 

1 291 SNELL, Wilfred John 

727 SOMERVILLE, William 

731 SPARROW, Albert Edward 

485 SPEIRS, Robert John 

23 SPENGE, Charles Henry 

1 2 1 o SPENCER, Norman Ernest 

740 SPITTLEHOUSE, Kenneth 

1 1 SPROLL, John Gordon Smith 

1521 SQUIRES, Ada 

877 SRINIVASAN, V. K. 

520 STAFFERTON, Harold George 

859 STANLEY, William Edward 

355 STARLING, Richard Holmes 

1435 STEDMAN, Frank Richmond 

734 STEED, Robert Alexander 

139 



(A) 


Bradford 


(A) 


Leigh 


(A) 


Glasgow 


(F) 


Burton-on-Trent 


(A) 


Newcastle on 
Tyne 


(F) 


Swindon 


(A) 


Market Har- 
borough 


(A) 


Liverpool 


(A) 


Birmingham 


(A) 


Barnstaple 


(F) 


Clayton 


(A) 


Northampton 


(F) 


Glasgow 


(F) 


Choriey 


(F) 


Paris 


(A) 


Wisbech 


(F) 


Glasgow 


(A) 


Felling-on-Tyne 


(A) 


Trichinopoly 


(F) 


Northampton 


(F) 


Long Eaton 


(F) 


London 


(A) 


Bulwell 


(F) 


Norbury 



C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 



Membership 
Number 

353 STEELE, George Kerr 

1057 STEPHENSON, Arnold 

1584 STEPHENSON, William Alan 

268 STEVENS, Charles Walter 

1026 STEVENS, Edward Frank 

271 STEVENSON, John Bailey Leche 

3 1 3 STEWART Allan 

768 STOBBS, Charles William 

1 1 29 STOKES, Frederick Murray 

1316 STOKES- WALLER William Phillip 

1637 STOKOE, William Mein 

1303 STOTT, Albert 

1023 STRATFORD, Gerald 

1079 STROUD, Horatio 

58 STUBBS, Wallace 

1497 SUGDEN, John 

527 SUMMERS, William Edward 

208 SURVEYOR, Yasmin Kharshedji 

419 SWAINE, Norman 

623 SWINFIELD, Alfred Edward 

1386 SWINSON, Bernard Hugh 

1376 SYKES, Edward Harlow 

1071 SYKES, Harry 

550 TABERNER,John 

140 



(F) 


Glasgow 


(A) 


Parkgate 


(A) 


Newcastle on 
Tyne 


(A) 


London 


(A) 


London 


(A) 


West Bromwich 


(A) 


Falkirk 


(F) 


Keighley 


(F) 


Swanley 


Edward 
(F) 


Harrismith 


(F) 


Durban 


(F) 


Bradford 


(F) 


Sheffield 


(F) 


Portsmouth 


(F) 


Leigh-on-Sea 


(A) 


Dewsbury 


(F) 


Wrexham 


(A) 


Bombay 


(F) 


Plymouth 


(F) 


Manchester 


(F) 


Bogota 


(F) 


Bradford 


(A) 


Batley 


(F) 


Harrogate 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
p 

Number 
135 TALBOTT, Albert Lewis 

828 TAN, Sim Hong 

764 TARACHAND, Fatehchand G'manie 

1268 TARTTELIN, Francis Edward 

631 TATE, John George 

1274 TAYLOR, Charles William George 
562 TAYLOR, Edward Aribert 

1000 TAYLOR, Fred 

2 1 7 TAYLOR, Frederick James 

486 TAYLOR, Stanley Miller 

141 TERRY, Reuben 

748 THISTLETHWAITE, Henry 

1055 THOMAS, Frederick Humphrey Roy 

1335 THOMAS, Henry Harold 

249 THOMAS, Lorenzo Frederick 

762 THOMAS, Reginald Charles 

1275 THOMAS, Samuel Evelyn 
1626 THOMPSON, Albert 

1381 THOMPSON, George William 

1605 THOMPSON, Reginald Sidney 

476 THOMPSON, Samuel 

361 THOMSON, James Norton 

724 THOMSON, James Watt 

427 THOMSON, Robert 

1233 THORN, Albert Edward 

141 



(F) 


Bath 


(F) 


Singapore 


(F) 


Karachi 


(A) 


Grimsby 


(F) 


Leicester 


(A) 


London 


(F) 


Birkenhead 


(A) 


Farnworth 


(A) 


Blyth 


(F) 


Tottenham 


(F) 


London 


(F) 


Ormskirk 


(A) 


Bristol 


(F) 


Haverfordwest 


(F) 


Abertillery 


(F) 


Bristol 


(F) 


St. Albans 


(F) 


Newcastle-on 
Tyne 


(A) 


Southwell 


(A) 


London 


(A) 


Worcester 


(F) 


Cape Town 


(A) 


Birmingham 


(A) 


Bellshill 


(F) 


London 



C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 
580 THORNE, Clarence Sutton 

1126 THORNLEY, Spencer 

100 THORNTON, Wilson Sheard 

259 TILL, Alfred George 

945 TIMOTHY, James Drummond 

270 TITINA, Rustomji Framji 

1406 TODD, Stanislaus 

1624 TOFRA-FROS, Mohamadally Taherbhoy (A) 

1 588 TOMLINSON, John 

1 107 TOMLINSON, Mordaunt Cecil 

1195 TONKS, Alice 

1 228 TOWE, John James 

1610 TOWNEND, Roy George 

842 TOWNSEND, Bernard Howard 

549 TOWNSEND, Cyril Birley 

1089 TOWNSEND, Leonard 

1033 TREND, James Reuben 

885 TRIGG, Arthur Frederick 

1370 TUDDENHAM, Eric Alfred 

1 164 TUNNINGTON, William Frederick 

181 TURNER, Arthur Ewart 

502 TURNER, George 

530 TURNER, James 

1432 TURNER, Norman 

142 



(F) 


Kenton 


(A) 


Stalybridge 


(F) 


Batley 


(F) 


Watford 


(F)' 


Newton Mearns 


(F) 


Bombay 


(A) 


Newcastle on 
Tyne 


(A) 


Bombay 


(F) 


Handforth 


(F) 


Saskatoon 


(A) 


Manchester 


(A) 


Newcastle on 
Tyne 


(F) 


London 


(A) 


Hereford 


(F) 


Bedford 


(F) 


Hull 


(F) 


Hankow 


(A) 


Keighley 


(A) 


Felixstowe 


(A) 


Liverpool 


(A) 


Hanley 


(F) 


Manchester 


(A) 


Liverpool 


(F) 


London 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
Membership 
Number 

450 TURPIN, Leonard George Richard (F) London 

1022 TURTLE, George Fred (A) Scunthorpe 

1240 TWEEDY, Alexander Angus (A) London 

1182 TWITE, Frank Cornelius (F) London 

739 TYLER, Arthur Ernest (A) London 

1462 TYLER, John (A) Rothwell 

221 TYSON, Henry James (F) Newport (Mon.) 

353 UNSWORTH, Frederick (F) Bolton 

1662 URDANG, Isidor Harold (F) Gape Town 

522 URELL, William Wallis (F) Plymouth 

1474 URQUHART, Harold Fraser (F) London 

n68 USSHER, Claude Beverly (A) Sydney 

1 06 1 UTTING, Sidney Francis (A) Norwich 

840 VAGUE, Samuel Maurice (F) Cardiff 

1277 VELS, Ernest Francis (A) Malmesbury 

1173 VYARAWALLA, Maneck Jamshedji (A) Bombay 

319 WADAMS, Harry Kenneth (F) Evesham 

1095 WADE, Frederick Anthony (A) Bombay 

1583 WADLEY, Bernard Frederick (A) Clacton-on-Sea 

44 WAITE, Robert Hugh (F) Bradford 

1117 WATTES, Harold Ernest (F) London 

1315 WAKEFIELD, Frederick Stanley (F) Newcastle on 

Tyne 

1193 WALKER, Charles Leslie (A) London 

1488 WALKER, Edwin Wilfred (F) Manchester 

1328 WALKER, Herbert Ernest (F) London 

143 



G.G.S. Year Book, 

Fellows (F) and Associates 
Membership 
Number 
592 WALKER, Thomas 

451 WALL, Thomas Nelms 

1491 WALLACE, Douglas 

830 WALLBANK, Alfred Leonard 

315 WALLEY, William Leonard Francis 

1352 WALSHE, Richard 

3 1 2 WALTER, Ernest Frederick 

934 WARBRIGK, Harry 

240 WARBURTON, Ernest 

1440 WARBURTON, Leslie Samuel 
1045 WARD, Albert Edwin 
1378 WARNE, Charles Henry 

1530 WATERFIELD, Cecil Ambrose Gordon 

1043 WATKINS, Lewis Morgan 

642 WATKINS, Robert William 

1534 WATKINSON, William Hibbert 

1634 WATSON, Charles 

189 WATSON, Edgar Harry 

1441 WATSON, Frederick Ernest 
2 WATSON, James Allen 

730 WATTS, David Hedley 

391 WEARN, Alfred Weeks 

959 WEBB, Eric 

1547 WEBB, Frederick Charles 

1 102 WEBB, Sidney Herbert 

144 



1939 

(A) 

(F) Huddersneld 

(A) Leicester 

(A) London 

(F) Birmingham 

(F)' Chester 

(F) Sydney 

(F) London 

(A) Manchester 

(F) Manchester 

(A) Chester 

(A) London 

(A) Warwick 

(A) London 

(A) Stratford-on-Avon 

(A) Chatham 

(F) Manchester 

(A) Birmingham 

(A) Bradford 

(A) Southend-on-Sea 

(F) Perth 

(F) Bromsgrove 

(A) Kimberley 

(F) Scarborough 

(F) Addleston 

(F) London 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 



Membership 
Number 
664 WEBBER, Alan 

434 WEBSTER, Harry George Service 

1119 WEEDEN, Walter 

1593 WELCH, Herbert William 

984 WELLS, Alfred Durham 

1082 WELLS, Alec Swinford 

341 WELLS, John Henry 

819 WELLS, Percy 

898 WEST, Phyllis Margery 

1 1 78 WESTON, Stanley Neville 

265 WESTON, Thomas Gilbert 

605 WEYMAN, Alfred John Mackenzie 

1 2 1 2 WHILLANCE, Albert Signey 

1 1 52 WHILLANCE, John Coatsworth 

328 WHITE, Cyril John 

1333 WHITE, Edward John 

1104 WHITE, George Edward 

1320 WHITE, Harold Algernon 

1 22 1 WHITE, Harold Walter 

24 WHITE, Harry Percival 

1490 WHITE, Norman Francis 

1305 WHITE, Robert Alfred Gerrard 

289 WHITE, William 

1 162 WHITEHEAD, Sidney Ernest 

590 WHITEHEAD, William 



(F) 
(F) 



Penarth 
Sydney 



(A) Blackwell 

(F) North Shields 

(A) Brentford 

(A) Sittingbourne 

(A) Bengal 

(F) Manchester 

(A) Purfleet 

(A) London 

(F) Hanley 

(F) Glasgow 

(A) Newcastle on 
Tyne 

(A) Newcastle on 
Tyne 

(A) London 

(F) Stroud 

(A) London 

(F) Banstead 

(A) Bristol 

(F) Worcester Park 

(F) Frome 

(A) Herne Bay 

(F) Manchester 

(A) London 

(F) Manchester 



C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 

> 

Number 

743 WHITTAKER, John (A) Barry Dock 

998 WICKSTEAD, Arthur Clifford (A) Wolvcrhampton 

179 WIGO, Frank Samuel (F) Fakenham 

792 WILEMAN, Frank Henry James (A) London 

1591 WILKENS, Frederick John Mouat (F) Newcastle on 

Tyne 

1245 WILKINSON, David (F) Gateshead 

410 WILKINSON, Ernest Jephthah (F) Dudley 

165 WILKINSON, George Ferrebee (A) Gateshead 

1408 WILKINSON, Harold (F) Bury 

997 WILKINSON, Ralph (A) Leeds 

650 WILKINSON, Robert Longfellow (A) Cambridge 

1618 WILKINSON, William Fry (F) Middlesbrough 

440 WILKS, Wilfred George (A) London 

709 WILLGOX, Kathleen Mary (F) Birmingham 

132 WILLETTS, Alfred (F) Birmingham 

1 1 76 WILLIAMS, Ernest Charles (F) Cirencester 

932 WILLIAMS, Gwilym (A) Chester 

705 WILLIAMS, Harry Hartley (A) Whittingham 

935 WILLIAMS, John Berwyn (A) Manchester 

1397 WILLIAMS, John Colin (A) Liverpool 

1054 WILLIAMS, John Harold Wilfred (F) Petworth 

1580 WILLIAMS, John Reynold (A) Swansea 

1345 WILLIAMS, Ronald (A) Newport (Mon.) 

1642 WILLIAMS, Thomas (F) Chester 

1167 WILLIAMS, William John (A) London 



Alphabetical List of Members 

Fellows (F) and Associates (A) 
J> 

Number 

449 WILLIAMSON, George Edward (A) Cambridge 

772 WILLIAMSON, William Geoffrey (A) Liverpool 

1262 WILLIS, Gerald (A) Newcastle on 

Tyne 

1331 WILSON, Fred (A) Pudsey 

1 1 9 1 WILSON, Hugh Alexander Robert James (F) London 

1351 WILSON, James (F) Dunfermline 

1367 WILSON, John (A) Edinburgh 

978 WILSON, Stanley Horsley Heathcote (A) Inverness 

1643 WILSON, Thomas (A) Darlington 

1522 WILSON, Wilfred (F) Haslemere 

1550 WILSON, William (F) Irthlingborough 
1140 WINDRAM, George Henry (F) Long Eaton 

12 WINGHAM, Percival Herbert (F) Romford 

649 WINRAM, George Kenneth (F) London 

1 199 WIRGMAN, Edward Leighton (F) Leamington Spa 

1130 WISE, Norman (F) Workington 

980 WITT, William Edgar (F) Bournemouth 

128 WOLFSON, Moshe (A) Jaffa 

689 WOLTON, Samuel (F) Wisbech 

1118 WONG, Wing Seen (A) Hong Kong 

1518 WONTNER, Constance Louise (F) London 

1551 WOOD, Jabez Lawley (F) Wolverhampton 
468 WOODCOCK, Hubert Clarence (F) Blackheath 

1069 WOODRUFF, Thomas Henry (A) West Hartlepooi 

597 WOODWARD, Charles Henry (F) London 

147 



G.G.S. Year Book, 

Fellows (F) and Associates 



Number 

583 WORMALD, James Michael 

1267 WORTHINGTON, Leslie 

1325 WRAGG, Raymond Sutton 

1278 WRAY, Charles Wilfrid 

196 WRAY, George Linton 

687 WRIGHT, John James 

1609 WRIGHT, Thomas 

1485 WROE, Frederick 

86 1 WYNTER-CROSS, Ernest 

505 YARKER, Tom George 

1592 YARWOOD, Henry 

1269 YATES, Harold 

1 260 YEATS, Joseph Henry 

957 YELLAND, John Edwin 

194 YOUNG, Arthur 

1393 YOUNG, David 

1058 YOUNG, Harcourt Mansell 

542 YOUNG, John Harry 

695 YOUNG, John James 



1939 

(A) 

(F) Brighton 

(A) Eccles 

(A) Nottingham 

(F) London 

(F)' Sheffield 

(A) Jarrow-on-Tyne 

(F) Hartford 

(A) Manchester 

(A) Winchester 

(F) Carlisle 

(A) London 

(A) Manchester 

(A) Newcastle on 
Tyne 

(F) Birmingham 

(A) Sheffield 

(F) Wimbledon 

(A) Berwick-on-Tweed 

(F) London 

(A) Dublin 



148 



Topographical List of Members 

(Note: Corrected up to 3ist December , 1938, in so far as members 
have furnished particulars.) 

ABERTDLLERY. Monmouthshire. 

THOMAS, Lorenzo Frederick, Fellow, 1 928. Bank Chambers, High Street. 
ABERYSTWYTH. Cardiganshire. 

MORGAN, William David, Associate, 1931. Assistant Secretary, Welsh 
Agricultural Organisation Society, Ltd. 

ACTON. Middlesex. 

HARRISON, Godfrey, Fellow, 1935. Clerk of the Trustees, Acton 
(Middlesex) Charities. 

ADDLESTONE. Surrey. 

WEBB, Frederick Charles, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Weymann's Motor 

Bodies (i935) Ltd. 
ADELAIDE. South Australia. 

FOOT, Joseph Francis, Associate, 1936. Service Manager, Hemingway 
& Robertson, Pty., Ltd. 

AIRDRIE. Lanarkshire, Scotland. 

MACKINTOSH, Alexander Couper, Associate, 1938. Cemetery Lodge, 
New Monkland. 

ALNWICK. Northumberland. 

DAVKJON, Rebecca, Associate, 1930. Secretary, The Alnwick Brewery 
Co., Ltd. 

ALTRINGHAM. Cheshire. 

ASLETT, Capt. Albert James Thomas, Fellow, 1923. Principal and 

Director, Aslett's College. 
BIDEN, Ernest Arthur, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Altrincham General 

Hospital. 
SHARPLEY, William, Fellow, 1930. Secretary, Automatic Scale Co., Ltd., 

Broadheath. 

AMBLESIDE. Westmorland. 

DEAN, Harold Frank, Associate, 1938. Assistant Clerk, Lakes Urban 
District Council. 

AMERSHAM. Buckinghamshire. 

HEARN, Albert, Associate, 1938. Cashier, Bucks Insurance Bureau, Ltd. 
PARKER, Capt. Francis James, MA., Fellow, 1936. Old Timbers. 

149 



C.G.S. Year Book, 1939 



APPLEBY. Westmorland. 

LONGSTAFF, Thomas, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1935. Borough Accoun- 
tant, Corporation of Appleby. 

ARIAS. (F.G.C.A.) Argentine Republic. 

McCuLLOCH, Archibald Hood, Fellow, 1932. Accountant, Schiele 
Family. 

ARKLOW. Co. Wicklow, Eire. 

MGNAMARA, Francis, Fellow, 1929. Principal, Arklow Technical 
Institute. ' 

ASHFORD. Kent. 

CHITTENDEN, Alfred George Brian, Associate, 1931. Fellow, 1938. 
Secretary, Ashford Permanent Benefit Building Society. 

ASHTEAD. Surrey. 

CALDWELL, Harold Ernest, Fellow, 1934. "Camtiles," Craddocks 
Avenue. 

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE. Lancashire. 

HILTON, William, Associate, 1929. Fellow, 1938. Commercial Master, 
Stamford Commercial College. 

ASPULL. Lancashire. 

ABBOTT, Louis, Fellow, 1938. Clerk to the Council, Aspull Urban 
District Council. 

ATHERSTONE. Warwickshire. 

SKINNER, Stanley, Fellow, 1937. Assistant Clerk of Atherstone Rural 
District Council. 

ATTLEBOROUGH. Norfolk. 

JONES, Clifford Ellam, Fellow, 1935. Deputy Clerk and Rating and 
Valuation Officer, Rural District Council of Wayland. 

AUCKLAND. New Zealand. 

POLLOK, Nicholas, Fellow, 1936. Company Manager, The Wilson 
Malt Extract Co., Ltd. 

AYLESBURY. Buckinghamshire. 

KERRELL-VAUGHAN, Alfred Reginald, Associate, 1934. Clerk to the 
Council, Aylesbury Rural District Council. 

BANBURY. Oxfordshire. 

HALL, Walter Sydney, Associate, 1931. 9 Wendover Terrace. 

PRESCOTT, Richard Henry, Fellow, 1930. Secretary and House 
Governor, Horton General Hospital. 

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BANSTEAD. Surrey. 

WHITE, Harold Algernon, Fellow, 1 937. Clerk and Steward, Cuddington 
Hospital, Cuddington Joint Hospital Board. 

BARNSTAPLE. Devonshire. 

BISGROVE, Gladys Dora, Associate, 1933. Private Secretary, Dent, 
Allcroft & Co., Ltd. 

MURGH, William Joseph, D.Sc. (Econ.), Associate, 1928. Fellow, 
1932. Incledon Murch, Wiles & Co. 

SNELL, Wilfrecf John, Associate, 1937. Secretary-Accountant, 
Annandale Motors. 

BARROW-IN-FURNESS. Lancashire. 

KAY, Cecil, Associate, 1938. Commercial Assistant, County Borough 
of Barrow-in-Furness, Electricity Department. 

KELLETT, William Thomas, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, North Lonsdale 
Hospital. 

BARRY DOCK. Glamorganshire. 

WHITTAKER, John, Associate, 1933. Branch Manager, Principality 
Building Society. 

BASINGSTOKE. Hampshire. 

LOVICK, Albert, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Basingstoke Co-operative 
Society, Ltd. 

BATH. Somersetshire. 

BARTON, William, Fellow, 1929. Managing Clerk, Gooding Bros. 

CANNINGS, Reginald Edward, Fellow, 1937. Managing Director, 
The Cavendish Co., Ltd. 

MAGGS, Lucy Agnes, Fellow, 1937. Director and Secretary, The 
Cavendish Co., Ltd. 

TALBOTT, Albert Lewis, Associate, 1926. Fellow, 1929. 16 Lymore 
Gardens, Oldfield Park. 

BATLEY. Yorkshire. 

PARKINSON, Harold, Fellow, 1934. 211 Glen Villas. 

SYKES, Harry, Associate, 1936. Clerk, Joseph Auty & Co. (1929), Ltd., 

Ormemills. 
THORNTON, Wilson Sheard, Fellow, 1925. Accountant, S. Haley & 

Son, Ltd. 

BATTLE. Sussex. 

MOODY, Ernest Leslie, Associate, 1935. Deputy Valuation Officer 
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BECKENHAM. Kent. 

MONKHOUSE, Francis Henry, Associate, 1938. Secretary, Beckenham 
Hospital. 

BEDFORD. Bedfordshire. 

DEW, Jack William Frederick, Associate, 1937. Clerk and Steward, 
Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire Joint Board for the Mentally 
Defective, Bromham House Colony. 

INGRAM, William Brown, Fellow, 1929. Assistant Accountant, Britannia 
Iron & Steelwork, Ltd. 

SHARP, William Arthur Frank, Associate, 1937. Second Assistant Clerk, 
Rural District Council of Bedford. 

TOWNSEND, Cyril Birley, Fellow, 1931. Clerk to the Council, Rating, 
Valuation and Accounting Officer, Bedford Rural District Council. 

BELFAST. Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland. 

GIBSON, David, Associate, 1935. 79 Royal Avenue. 

HAWLEY, John Henry Joseph, Associate, 1932. Manager for Northern 
Ireland, International Correspondence Schools, Ltd. 

BELLSHDLL. Lanarkshire. 

THOMSON, Robert, Associate, 1930. Cashier, Smith & McLean, Ltd., 
Mossend. 

BENGAL. India. 

WELLS, John Henry, Associate, 1929. Works Accountant, The Indian 
Iron & Steel Co., Ltd. (Kulti Works), Kulti E. I. Rly. 

BERKHAMSTED. Hertfordshire. 

HARRIS, William Alfred, Associate, 1932. Chief Financial and Rating 
and Valuation Officer, Berkhampsted Urban District Council. 

BERWICK-ON-TWEED. Northumberland. 

YOUNG, Harcourt Mansell, Associate, 1936. Secretary and Managing 
Director, Berwick Theatre, Ltd. 

BETHLEHEM. O.F.S., South Africa. 

LUDIK, Izak Johannes Guilliame, Fellow, 1934. Town Clerk and 
Treasurer, Town Council of the Bethlehem Municipality. 

BEXLEY. Kent. 

BUTLER, Frederick George, Associate, 1936. Secretary and Accountant, 
C. G. Harrington, Ltd.; Secretary, L.S. Pryor, Ltd.; and Secretary, 
Magikrome, Ltd. 

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BEXLEY HEATH. Kent. 

FREELOVE, Edith Bertha, Associate, 1933. Fellow, 1935. Secretary, 
Gottingham Commercial College, Ltd. 

BIDEFORD. Devonshire. 

FISHLEIGH, Reginald Clarence, Associate, 1936. Rating and Valuation 
Officer and Assistant Borough Accountant, Bideford Corporation. 

GALLIFORD, Leslie Bertram, Associate, 1936. Assistant in Town Clerk's 
Department, Bideford Corporation. 

GRANT, John Dishan, Associate, 1927. Fellow, 1930. Secretary, 
Bideford and North Devon Building Society. 

BILLJNGE. Lancashire. 

DAWBER, John, Associate, 1938. Steward, County Borough of Wigan 
Public Assistance Committee, Billinge Hospital. 

BIRKENHEAD. Cheshire. 

CASH, Alick Edward, Associate, 1938. 9 Haddon Road, Rock Ferry. 
CROOK, Thomas, Associate, 1937. Steward, The Municipal Hospital. 
EVANS, John Stanley, Associate, 1933. 3 Linwood Road. 
HICKEY, Mary, Fellow (1932), 1937. 60 Park Road, South. 
JAMES, Harry, Associate, 1932. Cost Clerk, C.P. Parry, Ltd. 
JOHNSON, Thomas, Associate, 1938. Audit Clerk, Glass & Edwards. 

TAYLOR, Edward Aribert, Fellow, 1932. Accountancy Assistant, 
Borough Treasurer's Department, Birkenhead Corporation. 

BIRMINGHAM. Warwickshire. 

AULT, Douglas James, Associate, 1934. Secretary, Tangyes, Ltd., 
Cornwall Works. 

AUSTIN, Albert Henry, M.C., Fellow, 1929. Secretary, Francis Nicholls, 
Ltd. 

BARTLEET, George Frederick, Fellow, 1933. Director and Secretary, 
The Birmingham Coffee House Co., Ltd. 

BATCHELOR, William, Associate, 1937. Clerk, Dunlop Rubber Co., 
Ltd., Fort Dunlop, Erdington. 

BATSFORD, William Frederick, Associate, 1937. Secretary-Accountant, 
Lewis Wolf, Ltd. 

BEESON, Howard James, Fellow, 1935. Accountant and Assistant 
Manager, J. Mitchell. 

BRASSINGTON, David William, Associate, 1935. Surveyor's Secretary, 
South Staffordshire and North Worcestershire Joint Town Planning 
Committee. 

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BIRMINGHAM. Warwickshire *ontd. 

BROOKS, Geoffrey Jackson, Associate, 1932. Assistant to the 
Accountant, South Staffordshire Waterworks Go. 

CALLAWAY, Leslie Darracott, Fellow, 1923. Assistant Accountant, 
Birmingham & Midland Motor Omnibus Go., Ltd. 

CANT, Alfred John, Associate, 1935. Secretary, W. Colley (Decorators), 
Ltd. 

CLARK, Sydney, Fellow, 1930. Accountant, Birmingham Children's 
Hospital. 

GREED, William Richard John, Associate, 1926. Fellow, 1938. 
Secretary, Baxters (Bolts, Screws, and Rivets), Ltd. 

CULVER, Henry Stedman, Fellow, 1932. Assistant Secretary, Gadbury 
Bros., Ltd., Bournville. 

DEGG, William, Associate, 1936. 62 Oxford Road, Acock's Green. 

DOWSLAND, William Norman, Associate, 1929. Clerk, E.P. Boddington, 
Ltd., Handsworth. 

EVANS, Arthur William, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, W. H. Hart & Sons, 
Ltd. 

GETHING, Roland, Associate, 1938. Clerk, D. Leonardt & Co. 

HADLEY, Reginald Harry, Associate, 1933. Fellow, 1938. Clerk, 
Durex Abrasives, Ltd. 

JANES, Walter Frederick, Fellow, 1933. Director and Secretary, B.S.A. 
Cycles, Ltd., and Secretary, B.S.A. Guns, Ltd. 

KENWRIGHT, John Riley Stanford, Associate, 1935. Trinidad 
Leaseholds, Ltd. 

LEAKER, Albert) Associate, 1937. Acting Secretary, The London 
Aluminium Go. Ltd., Witton. 

LESSER, Ernest Charles, Associate, 1929. Fellow, 1932. Chief Clerk, 
George Ellison, Ltd. 

LEWIS, George Kenneth, Associate, 1934. Audit Clerk, Howard Smith, 
Thompson & Co. 

LOMAS, Walter Harrop, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Birmingham and 
Midland Ear and Throat Hospital. 

LUDFORD, Lawrence, M.Com., Fellow, 1927. Director, Newhall 
College, Ltd. 

MORRIS, Barnett Bernard, Fellow, 1923. Managing Director, 
Greenmore College, Ltd. 

PAGE, John Cranstoun Knollys, Associate, 1934. Secretary, Thomas 
Osborne & Sons, Ltd. 

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BIRMINGHAM. Warwickshire contd. 

PEARSON, Alfred Charles Hartland, Associate, 1929. Secretary, Benton 

& Stone, Ltd. 
PREECE, Howard George, Associate, 1938. Chief Accountant, Priestly 

& Ford, Ltd. 
PRIESTMAN, Arthur Granville, Fellow, 1923. Assistant Manager, The 

London Aluminium Co., Ltd., Witton. Member of the Council, 

I925-I937- 
RIDINGS, Hubert, Associate, 1938. Audit Clerk, Allen Edwards & Co. 

ROBBINS, Harry Gilbert, Fellow, 1923. Secretary, The London 

Aluminium Co., Ltd., Witton. 
SNEAD, Cyril Albert, Associate, 1938. Clerk, Office of the Faculty of 

Medicine, The Medical School, The Hospitals Centre; and Secretary, 

Parochial Church Council, Olton. 

THOMPSON, James Watt, Associate, 1933. Assistant to Secretary, The 

Valor Co., Ltd., Bromford, Erdington. 
WALLBANK, Alfred Leonard, Fellow, 1934. Managing Director, W. H. 

Rhodes, Ltd. 
WATSON, Charles, Associate, 1938. Secretary, Leonard Hems, Ltd. 

WILLCOX, Kathleen Mary, Associate, 1933. Fellow, 1936. Secretary 
and Accountant, P.L. Willcox, Ltd. 

WILLETTS, Alfred, Associate, 1926. Fellow, 1938. 510 Fox Hollies 
Road, Hall Green. 

YELLAND, John Edwin, Fellow, 1935. Principal, John Yelland & Co. 

BISHOP AUCKLAND. Co. Durham. 

MOSES, Ernest, Fellow, 1938. Clerk and Secretary to Tow Law Urban 
District Council. 

BLACKBURN. Lancashire. 

HODGSON, Thomas, Associate, 1930. 37 Lynwood Road. 

McCLURG, James Barclay. Associate, 1933. Fellow, 1937. Clerk to 

the Council and of the Rating Authority, Blackburn Rural District 

Council. 
SIMPSON, James, Fellow, 1930. Commercial Manager, Henry Shutt, 

Ltd. 
SMITH, Harry, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1935. Secretary, Gorse Bridge 

Mill Co., Ltd. 

BLAGKHEATH. Staffordshire. 

WOODCOCK, Hubert Clarence, Associate, 1930. Fellow, 1938. Director 
and Secretary, David Adams & Sons, Ltd. 

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BLACKPOOL. Lancashire. 

BOOTH, John Allan, Associate, 1938. Secretary, Bowman, Grimshaw 

&Co. 
HEAP, John, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1935. Senior Clerk, Engineer's 

Department, The Fylde Water Board. 
IRVINE, Arthur Henry, Fellow, 1932. Insurance Clerk, Corporation 

of Blackpool Borough Treasurer's Department. 
NEWBY, Herbert Schofield, Fellow, 1938. Assistant Secretary, The 

Blackpool Tower Co., Ltd., and The Blackpool Winter Gardens 

& Pavilion Co., Ltd. * 

BLACKROCK. Co. Dublin, Eire. 

BRUEN, James J., Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Dwyer & Co., Ltd. 
BLACKWELL. Derbyshire. 

WEEDEN, Walter, Associate, 1936. Clerk, The Blackwell Colliery Co., 

Ltd. 
BLOEMFONTEIN. O.F.S., South Africa. 

LABUSCAGNE, Hercules Johannes, B.A., B.Com., Associate, 1933. 
Lecturer in Commerce, Free State Technical College. 

BLYTH. Northumberland. 

BRODIE, Joseph, Associate, 1928. Chief Stores and Time Clerk, Blyth 

Harbour Commission. 

MARSHALL, James Stuart, Associate 1928. Clerk, Blyth Gas Company. 
TAYLOR, Frederick James, Associate, (1928)-! 937. Cost Clerk, Blyth 

Harbour Commission. 

BOGOTA. Colombia, S. America. 

SWINSON, Bernard Hugh, Fellow, 1938. Assistant Chief Accountant, 
Cie dc Petroleo Shell de Colombia. 

BOLTON. Lancashire. 

CLAYTON, Robert, Associate, 1927. Commercial Master, Bolton 

Commercial Institute. 

ENTWISTLE, Stanley, Associate, 1937. Senior Clerk, P. & G. Kevan. 
Moss, Stanley, Associate, 1925. 13 Vernon Street. 
UNSWORTH, Frederick, Fellow, 1929. Assistant Secretary, The Haslem 

Spinning Co., Ltd. 
BOMBAY. India. 

ALREJA, Heman S., B.Com., Associate, 1928. Ramchandra Building, 

Carnac Road. 
AMROLIWALA, Cawas Fakirji, Associate, 1935. Clerk, Damania, 

Panday & Banjah. 

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BOMBAY. India contd. 

BANAJI, Sohrab Jehangir, Associate, 1935. Assistant Cashier, The 
Bank of India, Ltd., Colaba Branch. 

BATLIBOI, Ardeshir Jehanghir, Associate, 1931. Fellow, 1936. 48 
Ridge Road, Malabar Hill. 

BHAGAT, Purushottam Gangaram, Associate, 1934. Bhagat & Go. 

BHAJIWALLA, Edy Jcrhangirji, Associate (1928) -1935. 88 Daruvala 
House, Gowalia Tank Road. 

BHARUCHA, Phufthottam Haribhai, Associate, 1935. Clerk, B.B. & 
C.I. Railway Co. 

BHARUCHA, Sohrab Kaikhushru, Fellow, 1934. General Manager, 
Garware Motors, Ltd. 

BILLIMORIA, Dhunjibhoy Meherhibhoy, Associate, 1936. Head i/c The 
Proposal Dept., Empire of India Life Assurance Go., Ltd. 

CAMBATA, Shiavax Cawasji, Fellow, 1937. Managing Director, Messrs. 
Shiavax C. Cambata & Co., Ltd. 

CHATHAMBALLY, Muthuvcdath Sekeren, Associate, 1934. Clerk, 
Burmah-Shell Oil Storage and Distributing Co. of India, Ltd. 

CRAWFORD, Sapal Maucherji, Associate, 1935. Vijya Buildings, 
Proctor Street. 

DAVAR, Sohrab Rustomji, M.L.C., J.P., Fellow, 1937. Principal, 
Davar's College of Commerce. 

DESAI, Jal Tehmurasp, Fellow, 1935. Partner, Dalai, Desai & Co. 

DOCTOR, Phiroze Framroze, B.A., Associate, 1935. Fellow, 1938. 
Assistant, The Empire of India Life Assurance Co., Ltd. 

DORDI, Phiroz Ardcshire, Associate, 1932. Block No. 16, Rustom 
Bagh, Post Mazgaon. 

D'SouzA, Lawrence Edward, Associate, 1933. Assistant Secretary, 
United Eastern Agencies, Ltd. 

ENGINEER, Jal Nusserwanji, Associate, 1931. Fellow, 1938. Personal 
Assistant to Branch Manager, Sun Life Assurance Company of 
Canada. 

FERNANDES, Lawrence, Associate, 1934. Assistant Accountant, Amco, 
Limited. 

GORIMAR, Kaikhusru Hirjibhoy, Associate, 1934. Agent, New India 
Assurance Co., Ltd. 

HANSOTTA, Pestonji Cawasji, B.Com., Associate, 1926. Fellow, 1933. 
Readymoney Mansion. 

HATERIA, Homi Ardeshire, Associate, 1938. Tata Sons, Ltd. 
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BOMBAY. India contd. 

MAJUMDAR, Sures Chandra, B.Com., Fellow, 1937. Secretary, The 
Central Provinces Syndicate, Nagpur. 

MEHTA, Sohrab Dhunjisha, M.A., LL.B., Associate, 1933. Fellow, 
1937. Assistant Accountant, The Central Bank of India, Ltd. 

MmocHER-HoMji, Adi Rustomji, Associate, 1936. Assistant, S. B. 

Billimoria & Co. 
MOTIWALLA, Narotamdas Damoderdas, Associate, 1936. Cashier and 

Accountant, Sha Hurgouran Andindji Desais Charities Trust. 

MOTIWALLA, Rusi Dedabhoy, Associate, 1938. Representative, 
Bhicagee Cawasjee. 

NALLASETH, Kaikhooshru Piroshaw, Fellow, 1931. Chief Accountant, 
Bombay Electric Supply and Tramways Co., Ltd. 

SURVEYOR, Yasmin Kharshedji, B.Com., Associate, 1928. Superin- 
tendent, Statistical Department, The Central Bank of India, Ltd. 

TITINA, Rustomji Framji, B.A., Fellow, 1929. Junior Assistant 
Accountant, Bombay Electric Supply and Tramways Co., Ltd. 

TOFRA-FROS, Mohamadally Taherbhoy, Associate, 1938. Messrs. 
J. B. Saldanha & Co. 

VVARAWALLA, Maneck Jamshedji, Associate, 1936. Clerk (Process 
Department), Accounts Secretary, Times of India, Bennett Coleman 
& Co., Ltd. 

WADE, Frederick Anthony, Associate, 1936. c/o Thomas Cook & Sons, 
Ltd. 

BOSTON. Lincolnshire. 

EASTO, Albert Henry Gordon, Associate, 1938. Secretary, Boston 

General Hospital. 

HARDING, Sheila Mary, Associate, 1937. Clerk, Fred Peck, Ltd. 
BOURNE. Lincolnshire. 

HOLLIS, Norman, Associate, 1937. Secretary, English Racing 
Automobiles, Ltd. 

BOURNEMOUTH. Hampshire. 

WITT, William Edgar, Fellow, 1935. Chief Clerk, Howard Willis, 
Parsons & Co. 

BRADFORD. Yorkshire. 

BAIRSTOW, Fred, Fellow (i93o)-i937. Assistant and Foreign Corre- 
spondent, J. Clay & Co., Ltd. 

BALMFORTH, Joseph Eric, Associate, 1934. Senior Clerk, Blackburns 
Coates & Co. 

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BRADFORD. Yorkshire contd. 

BARTLE, Robert Cecil, Associate, 1928. Secretary, T. C. Firth, Ltd. 

BUSBY, Gerald Charles, Associate, 1926. Fellow, 1938. Managing 
Director, Busby's, Ltd. 

BUTTERWORTH, Norris, Fellow, 1937. Accountant, Wm. Bell & Son. 

CLARK, Ernest, Fellow, 1934. Second Accountant, The Sandoz 
Chemical Co., Ltd. 

DUFTON, Percy, Fellow, 1934. Manager, Stock Department, The 
Sandoz Chemical Co., Ltd. 

HOLDSWORTH, May Yeadon, Associate, 1935. Vice-Principal, Bradford 
Secretarial College. 

HYDE, Ernest Watson, Associate, 1931. Fellow, 1935. Director and 
Secretary, Raistrict & Co., Ltd. 

KIRK, Edwin, Associate, 1935. 48 Beech Road, Odsal. 

NEWSOME, George Richard, Fellow, 1925. Secretary, Hibbert Bros., 
Ltd. 

OLDHAM, Irene, Associate, 1931. Fellow, 1935. Vice-Principal, City 
School of Commerce. 

SALTER, Ernest, Associate, 1936. Clerk, Union Bank of Manchester, 
Ltd. 

SMITH, Leonard Beaumont, Associate, 1938. Smith & Hayward. 

SOMERVILLE, William, Fellow, 1933. Master, County Institution, 
Clayton. 

STOTT, Albert, Fellow, 1937. Senior Chief, N. Bell & Son. 

SYKES, Edward Harlow, Fellow, 1938. Joint Secretary, Grattan 
Warehouses, Ltd. 

WATTE, Robert Hugh, Fellow, 1923. 90 Parkfield Terrace, Otley Road. 
Member of the Council, 1926-1938. 

WATSON, Edgar Harry, Associate, 1927. Partner, Knowles & Watson. 

BRAMLEY. Yorkshire. 

EWART, Herbert Edward, Associate, 1929. 7 Vickers Buildings. 

BREDBURY. Cheshire. 

BROWN, Geoffrey Leigh, Fellow, 1935. Deputy Clerk, Bredbury and 
Romiley Urban District Council. 

BRENTFORD. Middlesex. 

WELLS, Alfred Durham, Associate, 1935. 91 Boston Gardens, Boston 
Manor. 

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BRIDGNORTH. Shropshire. 

LLOYD, John Warwick, Associate, 1936. Secretary and Treasurer, The 
Trustees of G. Deighton, Ltd. 

BRIDGWATER. Somersetshire. 

BLAY, Harry Gilbert, Fellow, 1934. Clerk to the Council, Bridgwater 
Rural District Council. 

BRIDLINGTON. Tor k shire. 

BARON, Cecil Manton, Associate, 1932. Deputy Secretary, Bridlington 
Borough Education Committee. 

JESSOP, Alec Redfearn, Associate, 1935. Stanley House, 23 Belgrave 
Road. 

BRIERLEY HILL. Staffordshire. 

OAKES, Fred, Fellow, 1938. Clerk to the Council, Brierley Hill Urban 
District Council. 

BRIGHTON. Sussex. 

CLIPPINGDALE, Harold Sydney, Associate, 1938. Managing Director 
and Secretary, H. S. Clippingdale, Ltd. 

EVANS, Herbert Clement, Associate, 1924. 115 Western Road. 

HACKMAN, Florence Kate, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, J. H. Hackman, 
Ltd. 

LANCASTER-GAVE, Leo Lancaster Willis, Fellow, 1931. Secretary- 
Superintendent, Royal Sussex County Hospital. 

PELLETT, Henry Alfred, Fellow, 1933. Royal Insurance Chambers, 
North Street. 

RICHARDSON, Victor Ernest, Fellow, 1929. Secretary, "Dor to Dor" 
Carriers (Brighton), Ltd. 

WORMALD, James Michael, Fellow, 1932. Richmond House, Dene 
Court Avenue. 

BRISBANE. Queensland, Australia. 

SCRUTON, Herbert, J.P., Associate, 1931. Assistant Superintendent, 
The Commonwealth Oil Refineries, Ltd., New Farm. 

BRISTOL. Gloucestershire. 

GREGG, Thomas William, Fellow, 1931. Secretary, Bristol General 

Hospital. 
HALL, John De Souza, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, The Bristol Brewery, 

Georges & Co., Ltd. 

JONES, John, Associate, 1938. Chief Clerk, Leyland Motors, Ltd. 
MAGGS, Philip George, Fellow, 1937. Head Master, Cannings' College. 
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BRISTOL. Gloucestershire contd. 

PALMER, Edward John, Associate, 1933. Fellow, 1936. Branch 
Manager, Co-operative Permanent Building Society. 

PARSONS, Horace Howard, Associate, 1938. Local Government Officer, 
The Port of Bristol Authority. 

PETERS, Sidney Colston, Associate, 1933. Secretary, Partridge, Cox & 
Co., Ltd. 

THOMAS, Frederick Humphrey Roy, Associate, 1936. Clerk, The 
Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd. 

THOMAS, Reginald Charles, Fellow, 1933. Secretary, Bristol Royal 
Hospital for Sick Children and Women. 

WHITE, Harold Walter, Associate, 1937. Managing Clerk to Fred 
Darch. 

BROMSGROVE. Worcestershire. 

WATTS, David Hedley, Associate, 1933. Fellow, 1938. Rating Valuer, 
Bromsgrove Rural District Council. 

BROOKLANDS. Cheshire. 

DANIEL, Howard, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, The Manchester Bill Posting 
Co., Ltd. 

BULAWAYO. Southern Rhodesia. 

SMITH, Henry, Fellow, 1937. Secretary, Landau Bros., Ltd. 
BULWELL. Nottinghamshire. 

STEDMAN, Frank Richmond, Associate, 1938. Assistant Master, 
Nottinghamshire County Council, County Institution. 

BURNLEY. Lancashire. 

ADAMS, Sydney, Fellow, 1930. Assistant District Manager, Halifax 
Building Society. 

BAKER, Albert Henry, Associate, 1936. Cemetery Registrar, County 
Borough of Burnley. 

BULLOCK, Albert, Associate, 1935. Clerk, Alexander Drew & Sons, 
Ltd. 

HARTLEY, Harold Victor, Associate, 1934. Chief Clerk, Public Health 
Department, Burnley Corporation. 

NEWLOVE, Roy, Associate, 1938. Clerk and Steward, Municipal 
General Hospital. 

BURNTISLAND. Fifeshire, Scotland. 

LUND, Thomas Waterton, M.A. (Edin.), Associate, 1937. Assistant 
Minister, St. Columba's Parish Church. 

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BURTON-ON-TRENT. Staffordshire. 

CURTIS, Thomas Francis, Fellow, 1934. Secretary, Colchester Brewing 
Co., Ltd. 

SMITH, Percy Samuel, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Marston, Thompson 
& Evershed, Ltd., Brewery. 

BURY. Lancashire. 

HOLDEN, James, Associate, 1936. 467 Bolton Road West, Holcombe 
Brook. 

HOUGHTON, Walter, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Crown Brewing Co., Ltd. 

WILKINSON, Harold, Fellow, 1938. Superintendent-Secretary, Bury 
Infirmary. 

CAIRO. Egypt. 

COURGI, Joseph Michel, Associate, 1938. Clerk, The Shell Co. of Egypt, 
Ltd. 

GRAHAM, Manfred Ernest, Associate, 1928. Fellow, 1931. Assistant 
Master and Examiner, Ministry of Education. 

CALCUTTA. India. 

MICHAEL, Percival William, Associate, 1935. Assistant, Begg, Dunlop 
& Co., Ltd. 

CAMBRIDGE. Cambridgeshire. 

CARELESS, Cecil Thomas, Associate, 1934. Secretary, Northfield & 
Co. (Cambridge), Ltd. 

DICKINSON, Thomas Wilfred, Associate, 1930. Fellow, 1935. Head 
Clerk and Accountant, Trinity Hall. 

GRAY, Leonard Harradine, Associate, 1934. Chief Clerk, A. G. 
Almond, Ltd. 

HURRELL, Stanley, Fellow, 1937. Clerk and Registrar, Cambridge 
Corporation, The Guildhall. 

RIVERS, John Hamilton, Associate, 1933. Accountant, Cyril Ridgeon 
& Son, Ltd. 

WILKINSON, Robert Longfellow, Associate, 1932. Secretary, Cam- 
bridgeshire Permanent Benefit Building Society. 

WILLIAMSON, George Edward, Associate, 1930. Secretary, W. A. Bignell 
&Co. 

CANBERRA. Federal Territory, Australia. 

GREENWOOD, Clyde Priest, Fellow, 1930. Box 113 City. 
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GAPE TOWN. South Africa. 

ARMSTRONG, Walter McGibbon, Fellow, 1929. Accountant and 
Secretary, E. Sacks, Futeran & Go. 

LE Roux, Johannes Jacobus, Associate, 1935. Clerk, The Colonial 
Orphan Chamber and Trust Co. 

MANN, Frederick George, B.A., Associate, 1927. Fellow, 1933. P.O. 
Box 2164. 

THOMSON, James Norton, B.Com., Associate, 1929. Fellow, 1931. 
P.O. Box 2379. 

URDANG, Isidor Harold, Fellow, 1938. Secretary and Credit Manager, 
South African Electric Appliance (Pty.), Ltd. 

CARDIFF. Glamorganshire. 

BAILEY, Herbert Thomas, Fellow, 1937. Secretary, B. & S. Shipping 
Co., Ltd.; The Barry Shipping Co., Ltd.; Bailey Aircraft, Ltd. ; and 
D. G. Hall & Co., Ltd. 

DAVEY, William John, Associate, 1926. Fellow, 1938. Clerk in 
the Registrar's Office, University College of South Wales and 
Monmouthshire. 

SAMUEL, William Brynmon, Fellow, 1929. Chief Clerk, The Insurance 
Committee for the County of Glamorgan, 47 Park Place. 

VAGUE, Samuel Maurice, Fellow, 1934. Clerk and Steward, Cardiff 
Mental Hospital, Whitechurch. 

CARLISLE. Cumberland. 

HETHERINGTON, Tamar, Associate, 1933. Fellow, 1937. Assistant 
Secretary, The Tindale Granite Co., Ltd. 

HODGSON, Samuel, Fellow, 1936. Deputy County Public Assistance 
Officer, Cumberland County Council. 

YARKER, Tom George, Fellow, 1931. "Dalveen," Dalston Road. 

CARMARTHEN. Wales. 

OWEN, Donald Thomas, Associate, 1934. 49 King Street. 

GASTLEROCK. Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland. 

MEHARG, William Blakeley, Fellow, 1931. "Kia-Ora." 

CAWNPORE. India. 

HEERAMANECK, Gool Munchershaw, Associate, 1938. Volkart Bros. 

CHATHAM. Kent. 

FOXELL, Horace Brand, Associate, 1936. Fellow, 1936. Steward, 
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CHATHAM. Kentcontd. 

GROVES, Edward, Associate, 1938. Assistant Steward, County Hospital. 
WATKINS, Robert William, Associate, 1932. Clerk and Secretary, The 
Rochester, Chatham and Gillingham Joint Sewerage Board. 

GHATTERIS. Cambridgeshire. 

DOBB, Charles, Associate, 1936. Clerk, Accountant and Rating and 
Valuation Officer, Chatteris Urban District Council. 

CHELMSFORD. Essex. 

SMITH, George Keeling, Associate, 1936. Secietary and Director, 
Kenneth Keeling & Co., Ltd. Secretary and Director, Universal 
Traders' Association, Ltd. 

GHERTSEY. Surrey. 

CHILTON, William Henry, Associate, 1935. Fellow, 1937. Assistant 

Clerk and Steward, Botleys Park, Certified Institution, Surrey 

County Council. 
CHESTER. Cheshire. 

ARMTTAGE, John Hardman, Associate, 1934. Senior Audit and 

Secretarial Assistant, Warmsley, Henshall & Co. 
BENNETT, Charles Frederick, Associate, 1931. Fellow, 1935. Senior 

Clerk, Chester Co-operative Society, Ltd. 
CATHERALL, George, Associate, 1934. 4 Brooke Avenue, Upton. 
DAWSON, Reuben Stanley, Associate, 1931. Secretary, Chas. A. Cowie. 
DODD, Harry, Associate, 1930. Fellow, 1935. Secretary, G. R. Griffith, 

Ltd. 
DODD, John, Fellow, 1930. Secretary, Chester and North Wales 

Permanent Investment Benefit Building Society. 
EDGE, Thomas, Associate, 1928. Clerk to the Valuation Officer, City 

of Chester. 
EDWARDS, Kenneth Charles, Fellow, 1938. Principal, Chester College 

of Commerce. 
HUGHES, George Richard, Associate, 1936. "Claremont," 10 

Street. f . - 

JONES, Douglas, Fellow, 1937. Secretary to the Princ' ^ Chester 

Diocesan Training College. f 

JONES, John, Associate, 1938. Secretarial Assr t Brookhirst 

Switchgear, Ltd. fr ' ' 

MILLS, Norman Frederick, Associate, 1930. " Aw :, tant Cashier, 

Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd. ^ 

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CHESTER. Cheshire contd. 

WALLEY, William Leonard Francis, Associate, 1929. Fellow, 1932. 
27 Eccleston Avenue, Eaton Road. 

WARBURTON, Leslie Samuel, Associate, 1938. Designated Clerk, City 
of Chester Public Assistance Department. 

WILLIAMS, Gwilym, Associate, 1935. Accountant, Chester Co-operative 
Society, Ltd. 

WILLIAMS, Thomas, Fellow, 1938. "Arfon," 17 Sandileigh. 

CHESTERFIELD! Derbyshire. 

SHIRLEY, Frederick, Associate, 1937. Assistant Master, Chesterfield 
Institution, Derbyshire County Council. 

CHESTER-LE-STREET. Durham. 

SANDERS, John, Associate, 1938. Audit Clerk, Chcster-le-Street Rural 
District Council. 

CHORLEY. Lancashire. 

BERRY, Thomas, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1935. Clerk and 
Accountant, Chorley Rural District Council. 

SPENCE, Charles Henry, Fellow, 1923. Secretary-Superintendent, 
Chorley and District Hospital. 

dRENCESTER. Gloucestershire. 

HALL, John Albert, Fellow, 1937. Clerk and Financial Officer, 
Cirencester Rural District Council. 

PRIDDY, Harry Frank, Associate, 1938. General and Organising 
Secretary, Cirencester Memorial Hospital. 

WILLIAMS, Ernest Charles, Fellow, 1936. Secretary, Cirencester Gas 
Co. 

CLACTON-ON-SEA. Essex. 

WADLEY, Bernard Frederick, Associate, 1938. Junior Clerk, H. 
Granville Hamshar. 

CLECKHEATON. Yorkshire. 

NICHOLSON, Jack Scholfield, Associate, 1933. n Highfield Terrace, 
South Parade. 

GLEVEDON. Somersetshire. 

BARRINGTON, Charles John, Associate, 1933. Accountant and Chief 
Financial Officer and Deputy Clerk, Clevedon Urban District 
Council. 

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CLITHEROE. Lancashire. 

RUSHTON, Thomas Parkinson, Fellow, 1938. Clerk to the Council, 
Clitheroe Rural District Council. 

GOATBRIDGE. Lanarkshire. 

HENDERSON, John Williamson, Associate, 1935. Clerk, William Baird 
& Co., Ltd. 

COCKERMOUTH. Cumberland. 

LITTLE, William Johnston, Associate, 1937. Deputy Clerk and Deputy 
Chief Financial Officer, Cockermouth Urban District Council 

COLCHESTER. Essex. 

HANCHET, Ernest Reuben, B.A., Fellow, 1930. Secretary, Essex 

County Hospital. Chairman of the Council. 

SARGEANT, Royland Douglas, Associate, 1938. Chief Clerk, Borough 
of Colchester Health Department. 

COLEFORD. Gloucestershire. 

LANG, George Frederick, Fellow, 1930. Secretary, Lydney Gas Light 
and Coke Co., Ltd. 

COLOMBO. Ceylon. 

PILLAI, Ponnampalam Thamotharam, Associate, 1934. 167 Norris 

Road. 

SENEVIRATNE, Charles Christopher Jacolyn, Fellow, 1932. Advocate 
of the Supreme Court of Ceylon, Law Library. 

COLWYN BAY. Caernarvonshire. 

COULTHURST, Frank, Fellow, 1935. Secretary and Director, Colwyn 
Bay Bureau, Ltd.; Anglesey Rustic Marble Co., Ltd.; Spa Depot, 
Ltd. 

CORK. Co. Cork, Eire. 

DOWSLEY, Verling Richard, Associate, 1925. St. Clare's Avenue, 

College Road. 
HARRINGTON, Cornelius, Fellow, 1936. Town Clerk, Cork Corporation. 

HEALY, Jeremiah Joseph, Associate, 1937. Secretary and Accountant, 
William Jones, Ltd. 

COVENTRY. Warwickshire. 

HARDY, George Henry, Associate, 1935. Clerk, J. & J. Cash, Ltd. 

JONES, Victor Alfred, Associate, 1927. Fellow, 1929. Internal Auditor, 
The General Electric Co., Ltd. 

POTTER, Sidney Arthur, Associate, 1929. Clerk, Sales Department, 
J.&J. Cash, Ltd. 

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COVENTRY. Warwickshire contd. 

SHEPPARD, Frank Hiett, Associate, 1927. Fellow, 1931. Managing 

Director, The Coventry Coal Co., Ltd. 
SLEATH, Frederick Arthur, Associate, 1932. "St. Ives," Walgarth 

Avenue. 

GRAYFORD. Kent. 

BURSLEM, Leonard, Fellow, 1938. Clerk to the Council and Valuation 
Officer, Crayford Urban District Council. 

CREWE. Cheshire. 

CLARKE, Samuel Baker, Associate, 1935. Legal and Committee Clerk, 

Town Clerk's Department, Crewe Corporation. 
DUTTON, Thomas Alexander, Associate, 1934. Clerk, Borough Engineer 

and Surveyor's Department, Crewe Corporation. 
MORRIS, Henry, Associate, 1933. 195 Ruskin Road. 

CREWKERNE. Somersetshire. 

EVELEIGH, Fred Lambert, Fellow, 1938. Clerk, Chief Financial Officer, 
Rating and Valuation Officer to the Crewkerne Urban District 
Council. 

CROOK. Co. Durham. 

MYERS, Councillor James, Fellow, 1936. Secretary, Rumby Hill 

Colliery Co., Ltd.; T. Wishart, Ltd.;" and I. Horrey & Sons, Ltd. 
OMAND, William Greenwell, Fellow, 1934. Clerk to the Council, 

Accountant and Chief Financial Officer, the Urban District Council 

of Crook. 

CROYDON, Surrey. 

BROWNE, Roland Herbert, Associate, 1933. Fellow, 1937. Statistical 

Clerk, Croydon Corporation. 
CHANDLER, William Frederick, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Page & 

Averton's Brewery, Ltd. 
PEMBERTON, Thomas William, Fellow, 1937. Assistant to the House 

Governor and Secretary, Croydon General Hospital. 
ROBERTS, John Harold Benedict, Associate, 1938. Secretary, The 

Fairfield (South Croydon) Trained Nurses' Co-operation. 

CUCKFIELD. Sussex. 

BLUNDEN, Joseph Henry William, Associate, 1937. Master and 
Superintendent, West Hylands Institution. 

CURRIE. Midlothian. 

MUNRO, William, Fellow, 1936. Secretary, Henry Bruce & Sons, Ltd. 

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DARGAVDLLE. New Zealand. 

DAY, Stanley Prescott, J.P., Fellow, 1931. Secretary and Treasurer, 
North Auckland Electric Power Board. 

DARLINGTON. Co. Durham. 

WILSON, Thomas, Associate, 1938. Director and Secretary, J. D. Ord 

& Co., Ltd. 
DARTFORD. Kent. 

HUNT, Reginald Clarke, Associate, 1936. Chief Clerk, London 

Transport. t 

DAWLEY. Shropshire. 

DARRALL, Stanley Gordon, Associate, 1936. Cashier, Johnson Brothers 
(Contractors), Ltd. 

DEMERARA. British Guiana. 

SAM, Josiah Lyttleton, Associate, 1937. Secretary, Booker Bros., 
McConnell & Co., Ltd. 

DENBIGH. Denbighshire. 

BARKER, William, M.B.E., Fellow, 1933. Clerk and Steward, The 
North Wales Counties Mental Hospital. 

DERBY. Derbyshire. 

FARRAR, Lewis Arthur, Fellow, 1931. District Manager, Halifax 

Building Society. 
LONGBOTTOM, Arthur Bertram, Fellow, 1938. Librarian, Derby 

Railway Institute, London Midland and Scottish Railway Co. 
MURRELL, Walter Henry, Associate, 1930. Fellow, 1938. Joint 

Managing Director, Marriott, Brentnall & Co., Ltd. 
PIDCOCK, John Frederick, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1938. Technical 

Sales Correspondent, Rykneld Mills, Co. 
DEWSBURY. Yorkshire. 

SUGDEN, John, Associate, 1938. Clerk, Pearson's & Moody, Ltd. 
DIGBYS. Devonshire. 

DA VIES, Gerard Vaughan, Associate, 1936. Clerk and Steward, Exeter 
City Mental Hospital. 

DINGWALL. Ross-shire. 

MAGINNES, Finlay, Associate, 1934. Finance Clerk, County Council of 

Ross and Cromarty Education Committee. 
DISS. Norfolk. 

COTTON, Cecil Frederick Walter, Fellow, 1938. Clerk, Accountant 
and Rating Officer, Diss Urban District Council; and Clerk to the 
Board, Diss Burial Board. 

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DONC ASTER. Yorkshire. 

BEECH, Albert, Associate, 1930. Accountant and Cashier, Hirst & 
Hodgson, Ltd. 

JONES, Arthur, Associate, 1936. Assistant Secretary, Doncaster Royal 
Infirmary and Dispensary. 

RAWSON, Andrew Vincent, Fellow, 1938. Secretary and Director, 
Contract- Materials Co., Ltd.; and Assistant Accountant, The 
Francois Cementation Co., Ltd. 

REEVES, John ydney, Associate, 1932. Area Collector, The West 
Riding County Council. 

DORCHESTER. Dorsetshire. 

HAILES, Hubert Charles Thomas, Associate, 1936. Chief Clerk, County 
Surveyor's Dept., Dorset County Council. 

DUBLIN. Eire. 

BYRNE, Alfred Patrick, Associate, 1938. Member of Av. Dail. 

DUNBAR, Frederick George Stokes, Fellow, 1938. Manager, Rawlinson, 
Allen & White; and Director and Secretary, Grafton Fashions, Ltd. 

EBBS, Desmond Frederick, Associate, 1937. Secretary, Costigan & 

Costigan. 
ELLIOT, Alexander Thomas, Associate, 1937. Chief Clerk, MacDonagh 

& Boland, Ltd. 

FERRAN, George Stephen, Associate, 1935. Fellow, 1938. Inspector, 
Union Assurance Society, Ltd. 

FFRENCH- MULLEN, Madeleine, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1935. 
Secretary, Teac Ultain, Incorporated, Hospital for Infants. 

FLANAGAN, Annie, Associate, 1936. Assistant to Secretary and Chief 
Accountant, Irish Press, Ltd. 

GALVIN, James Gerard, B.A., Associate, (1929)-! 937. Officer, Accounts 
Section (Dept. of Industry and Commerce), Saorstat Alcohol 
Factories. 

KENNY, Matthew James, Fellow, 1928. Chief Clerk, Bankruptcy 
Office, Supreme and High Court of Justice of Ireland. 

KILROY, Patrick Joseph, Fellow, 1938. Principal and Governing 
Director, The Irish Correspondence College. 

MAcCoRMAG, Michael Francis, Fellow, 1934. Secretary, Retail 
Provision and Grocery Trades Association, and Irish Cycle Trades 
Association. 

MALONE, Thomas John, Associate, 1935. Fellow, 1938. Managing 
Director, Irish Employers' Mutual Insurance Association, Ltd. 

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DUBLIN. Eirecontd. 

O'OBRIEN-TWOHIG, Major Michael Joseph, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, 
City of Dublin Skin and Cancer Hospital. 

PHILLIP, Norman Campbell, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Brooks Thomas 
& Co., Ltd. 

REDDY, Francis James, Associate, 1936. Secretary and Accountant, 
Irish Employers' Mutual Insurance Association, Ltd. 

YOUNG, John James, Associate, 1933. Auditor, Exchequer and Audit 
Dept. 

DUDLEY. Worcestershire. 

BILLINGHAM, Horace, Fellow, 1923. 23 New Road, Nctherton. Member 
of the Council, 1926-1936. 

LEWIS, Bernard Rowland, Associate, 1933. 70 Bunns Lane. 

WILKINSON, Ernest Jephthah, Fellow, 1930. Secretary, Alfred Preedy 
& Sons, Ltd. 

DUNDEE. Angus, Scotland. 

ABBOTT, David Smith, Associate, 1938. Clerk, North British Linoleum 
Co., Ltd. 

DUNCAN, John Steven, Associate, 1934. Cost Clerk, The D.P.M. Co., 
Ltd. 

DUNDEE. Natal, South Africa. 

MAGKAY, Charles William, J.P., Fellow, 1928. His Worship the Mayor 
of Dundee; Secretary to Dundee Agricultural Society. 

DUNFERMLINE. Fifeshire, Scotland. 

Du FEU, Bernard Henry, Fellow, 1938. Area Officer, Unemployment 
Assistance Board. 

ROBERTSON, Alexander, Associate, 1935. Organising Secretary, 
Dunfermline Mutual Service Centre. 

WILSON, James, Fellow, 1937. Principal, Wilson's Business Training 
Institute. 

DUNGANNON. Co. Tyrone, JV. Ireland. 

SMITH, John Malcolm Gordon, Associate, 1936. Chief Accountant 
and Assistant Secretary, Stevenson & Son, Ltd. 

DURBAN. Natal, South Africa. 

CLARKE, Kenneth John, Associate, 1936. Branch Manager, John B. 
Bruce & Co. 

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DURBAN. Natal, South Africa contd. 

STOKOE, William Mein, Fellow, 1938. Principal, Rapid Results 

College. 

POYSER, Norman Henry, Associate, 1932. Local Accountant, The 
Shell Co. of South Africa, Ltd. 

EARBY (via Golne). Lancashire. 

HANSON, Harold Buckley, Fellow, 1938. Clerk, Accountant and 
Rating and Valuation Officer, Earby Urban District Council. 

EASTBOURNE. Sutiex. 

BRIGHT-HIGGINS, Gerard, Associate, 1937. Chief Accountant, Sussex 
Court Hotels, Ltd. 

EASTHAM. Cheshire. 

PYE, Joseph, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Western and Mersey Estates, 
Ltd. 

EASTLEIGH. Hampshire. 

RANN, Albert Charles, Associate, 1937. Clerk, P.M. Combes, Ltd. 

EGCLES. Lancashire. 

WORTHINGTON, Leslie, Associate, 1937. Employer's Secretary and 
Internal Accountant, Eccles and District Co-operative Society, Ltd. 

EGGLESHALL. Staffordshire. 

IBBS, Arthur, Fellow, (1931)-! 935. Rating Officer, Stone Rural 
District Council, and Clerk, Parish Council. 

EDINBURGH. Midlothian, Scotland. 

ALLISON, William Slimmon, J.P., Fellow, 1 93 1 . Managing Director and 
Secretary, Scottish Amicable Building Society. 

BELL, William, Fellow, 1936. Chief Accountant and Cashier, Bertrams, 

Ltd. 
CARMIGHAEL, William, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1935. Assistant 

Inspector of Cleansing, City of Edinburgh Corporation. 

FRASER, Thomas McCrae, Associate, 1936. Book-keeper, Scottish 
Amicable Building Society. 

MCLAREN, Alexander, Fellow, 1937. Managing Clerk, The Scottish 
Rural Works Approved Society. 

WILSON, John, Associate, 1937. Assistant to Accountant, The Employers' 
Mutual Insurance Association, Ltd. 

EDLJNGTON. Torkshire. 

DUNN, Richard, Associate, 1938. Clerk, Edlington Parish Council. 
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EPPING. Essex. 

GROUT, Aubrey Victor, Fellow, 1935. Clerk to the Council and Chief 
Financial Officer, Epping Rural District Council. 

EVESHAM. Worcestershire. 

WADAMS, Capt. Harry Kenneth, Associate, 1929. Fellow, 1932. Rating 
Officer, Evcsham Rural District Council. 

EXETER. Devonshire. 

MUNRO, Hector Cameron, Fellow, 1934. Secretary, The Exeter 
Benefit Building Society. 

FAKENHAM. Norfolk. 

WIGG, Frank Samuel, Fellow, 1927. Head Master, Central School. 

FALKIRK. Scotland. 

GRANT, Alexander Lang, Fellow, 1934. Actuary, Falkirk and Counties 
Savings Bank. 

STEWART, Allan, Associate, 1929. Beaucross Road, Fouldobs. 

FALMOUTH. Cornwall. 

BECKETT, Jack Stewart, Associate, 1938. Master, Falmouth Institution. 

CORLYON, Ivor Joseph Webber, Fellow, 1929. Borough Treasurer, 
Rating and Valuation Officer, and Registrar of Stock, Falmouth 
Borough Council. 

FARNHAM. Surrey. 

NEWNHAM, Frank Henry, Associate, 1931. Fellow, 1936. Deputy 
Town Clerk, Farnham Urban District Council. 

FARNWORTH. Lancashire. 

TAYLOR, Fred, Associate, 1935. Master, Fishpool Institution. 

FELIXSTOWE. Suffolk. 

CLARK, Bernard George, Associate, 1938. Deputy Rating and 
Valuation Officer, Felixstowe Urban District Council. 

OPPENHEIM, Henry, Associate, 1932. Secretary, Felixstowe District 
Water Company. 

TUDDENHAM, Eric Alfred, Associate, 1938. Chief Assistant, Felixstowe 
Urban District Council. 

FELLING-ON-TYNE. Co. Durham. 

SQUIRES, Ada, Associate, 1938. Deputy Clerk, Felling Urban District 
Council and Education Committee. 

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FORMBY. Lancashire. 

BREESE, John, Associate, 1935. Accountant and Chief Financial Officer, 
Formby Urban District Council. 

FROME. Somersetshire. 

WHITE, Norman Francis. Fellow, 1938. Manager and Secretary, 
Lamb Brewery, Ltd. 

GAINSBOROUGH. Lincolnshire. 

ROTHEY, George August Frederick, B.Gom. (Lond.), D.Sc. (Econ.), 
Fellow, 1938. Lecturer, Lincoln (Lindsey) County Council Technical 
Institute. 

GATESHEAD. Co. Durham. 

WILKINSON, David, Fellow, 1937. Superintendent, High Teams 

Institution. 

WILKINSON, George Ferrebee, Associate, 1927. Financial Adminis- 
trator, Transport and General Workers' Union. 

GLADSTONE. Qiieensland, Australia. 

JOHNSTON, Lionel Saunders, Associate, 1934. Secretary, Port Curtis 
Motors Pty., Ltd. 

GLASGOW. Lanarkshire, Scotland. 

CAMPBELL, Archibald Neil, Associate, 1924. Fellow, 1927. Secretary, 

Arthur & Hinshaw, Ltd. 
COUPER, Gilbert Marshall, Fellow, 1938. Accountant, The Clyde 

Valley Electrical Power Co. 
EGGLETON, Edward Clinton, Associate, 1937. Branch Manager, Royal 

London Mutual Insurance Society, Ltd. 
GILLIES, Jessie Steeie, Fellow, 1929. Secretary, Brownlie, Scandrett 

& Graham, Ltd. 
LEFTGH, John Gibson, Fellow, 1930. Secretary, The Scottish Poultry 

Foods Co., Ltd. 
McCowAN, James, Associate, 1937. Secretary, A. McEwan & Co., 

Ltd. 
MACILWAIN, Samuel Spears, Associate, 1936. Cashier, A. S. Wright 

& Co., Ltd. 
MACKAY, James Dickson Combrie, Fellow, 1937. Principal, The 

School of Accountancy. 

MACKINTOSH, Alexander Couper, Associate, 1938. Assistant Accoun- 
tant, The Lambert Advertising Service. 

MACLEAN, George, Associate, 1938. Cashier, Smith & Rodger, Ltd. 
MARTIN, Margaret, Associate, 1935. Cashier, Barr & Stroud, Ltd. 

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GLASGOW. Lanarkshire, Scotland. contd. 

McCowAN, Harry, Fellow, 1931. Secretary and Accountant, William 
McGeoch & Co., Ltd. 

PALK, Rodney Charles, Fellow, 1929. Managing Director and General 
Manager, Thomas B. Campbell & Sons, Ltd.; Chairman, 
E. Hughes, Sons & Co., Ltd. 

PALMER, Alfred, Fellow, 1937. Director of Studies, The School of 

Accountancy. 
PHILIPS, Robert, Associate, 1925. 6 Greenlodge 'Jerrace, Greenhead. 

ROBSON, John William, Fellow, 1938. Secretary and Treasurer, The 
Victoria Infirmary of Glasgow. 

SCOTT, Thomas Dunnctt, Fellow, 1929. Secretary, William Anderson, 
& Co., Ltd. 

SMITH, Matthew McCreadie Murray, Associate, 1938. Assistant, 
Accounting Service Dept., Burroughs Adding Machine, Ltd. 

SPEIRS, Robert John, Fellow, 1931. Secretary, A. S. Wright & Co. 
Ltd. 

SPROLL, John Gordon Smith, Fellow, 1923. 3 Royal Exchange Square. 

STEELE, George Kerr, Fellow, 1929. Director and Secretary, John 
Steel & Son, Ltd. 

WEYMAN, Capt. Alfred John Mackenzie, Fellow, 1932. Secretary, 
The Glasgow Council of Juvenile Organisations and the Glasgow 
and District Playing Fields Association. 

GLASTONBURY. Somersetshire. 

CLEVERLY, John Charles, Associate, 1928. Accountant, Austin & Bath. 

GLOSSOP. Derbyshire. 

HIGTON, Ernest, Associate, 1932. Secretary and General Manager, 
Glossop Carriage Co., Ltd. 

GLOUCESTER. Gloucestershire. 

BLUNN, William Sydney, Associate, 1933. Chief Clerk, Gloucester 
Gas Light Co. 

GODALMING. Surrey. 

CLOAKE, Frederick William, Associate, 1935. Hospital Steward and 
Accounting Officer, London County Council (Public Health Dept.), 
King George V Sanatorium. 

GOLDERS GREEN. Middlesex. 

LINKHORN, James William, Fellow, 1933. Secretary, The Manor House 
Hospital. 

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GRAYS. Essex. 

COBURN, George Scott, Associate, 1932. Chief Assistant, Accountant's 
Dept, Thurrock Urban District Council. 

JAGOARD, Harold Percy, Fellow, 1930. Secretary, Grays Co-operative 
Mutual Permanent Benefit Building Society. 

GRAYSHOTT. Surrey. 

BOLTON, William Guy, Associate, Secretary, Grayshott & Hindhead 
Laundry, Ltd. 

GREAT HARWOOf). Lancashire. 

HAWORTH, Fred, Fellow, 1929. Secretary, The Church Street 
Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 

GREENOGK. Renfrewshire. 

BUTTER, Herbert Waller, Associate, 1932. 27 Hamilton Street. 

GRIMSBY. Lincolnshire. 

RICHARDSON, Alan, Associate, 1925. 381 Wellington Street. 

TARTTELIN, Francis Edward, Associate, (1925)-! 934. 106 Newmarket 
Street. 

GRINDLETON. Lancashire. 

CLARKE, Charles Frederick, Fellow, 1938. Clerk to the Council, 
Bowland Rural District Council. 

GUERNSEY. Channel Isles. 

LE GALLEZ, Frederick Charles, Fellow, 1936. Secretary and Treasurer, 
Public Assistance Authority, States of Guernsey. 

GUILDFORD. Surrey. 

HERBERT, Sydney Harry, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Friary, Halroyd & 
Healy's Ltd. 

GUISBOROUGH. Yorkshire. 

BEEL, George William, Fellow, 1938. Clerk and Chief Financial Officer, 
Guisborough Urban District Council. 

FARNIE, John Robert, Fellow, 1937. Secretary, Guisborough Provident 
Society, Ltd.; Secretary, Admiral Chaloney Cottage Hospital. 

GUNTUR. South India. 

SITARAMAYYA, Mallajosyula, M.A. (Com.), Fellow, 1933. Lecturer 
in Commerce, Andhra Christian College. 

RAMA, Kambhampaty Seetha, Associate, 1938. Commercial Instructor, 
Edward Board High School, Nidubrole. 

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HADLEIGH. Essex. 

SADLER, Sydney James, Fellow, 1938. Clerk to the Council, Financial 
and Valuation Officer, Cosford Rural District Council. 

HAGUE, THE. Holland. 

DE ZILWA, Gilbert Sisouw, Fellow, 1936. Secretary, Institute 
"Schoevers," Ltd. 

HALESOWEN. Worcestershire. 

BOOND, Wilfred John, Fellow, 1923. Administrative Assistant, The 
Shropshire, Worcestershire and Staffordshire Electrical Power Co. 

LATIMER, George, Fellow, 1938. Senior Consumer's Assistant, 
Commercial Dept., The Shropshire, Worcestershire and Stafford- 
shire Electrical Power Co. 

SMITH, Joseph Morris, Associate, 1934. Statistical Assistant, The 
Shropshire, Worcestershire and Staffordshire Electrical Power Co. 

HALIFAX. Yorkshire. 

FIRTH, Harold, Associate, 1933. Cashier-Accountant, James Royston, 
Son & Co., Ltd. 

HANDFORTH. Lancashire. 

TOMLINSON, John, Fellow, 1938. Managing Director and Secretary, 
Tomlinson Brothers (Builders), Ltd. 

HANKOW. China. 

TREND, James Reuben, Fellow, 1935. Chief Accountant, and/or Acting 
General Manager, The Hankow Light & Power Co., Ltd. 

HANLEY. Staffordshire. 

COTTON, Daniel Ralph Edward, Associate, 1938. Clerk in Charge of 
Arrears and Insurance Sections, Hanley Economic Building Society. 

FIRTH, Alan, Associate, 1936. Secretary, The Associated North Staffs. 
Motor Bus Proprietors, Ltd. 

OAKES, Walter, Associate, 1938. Secretary's Clerk and Book-keeper, 
National Society of Pottery Workers. 

TURNER, Arthur Ewart, Associate, 1927. i Pall Mall. 

WESTON, Thomas Gilbert, Associate, 1928. Fellow, 1932. Accountant, 
D. P. Ratcliff & Weston. 

HARRISMTTH. Orange Free State, South Africa. 

STORES-WALLER, William Phillip Edward, B.Econ. (S.A.), Fellow, 
1937. Principal, Commercial College. 

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HARROGATE. Yorkshire. 

CROWTHER, Charles, Fellow, 1937. Secretary, Harrogate Motor 
Company, Ltd. 

FISHER, Mary Elizabeth, Associate, 1934. Fellow, 1938. Clerk-Cashier, 

A. R. Brooke & Co., Ltd. 
JAMES, William Arnold, Associate, 1935. Assistant Secretary, Harrogate 

and District General Hospital. 

MORLEY, Arthur, Associate, 1933. Fellow, 1938. District Manager, 
Halifax Building Society. 

ROBERTS, HeniV, Fellow, 1935. General Manager, Harrogate 

Corporation. Royal Baths. 
TABERNER, John, Fellow, 1931. Organising Secretary, Harrogate 

Royal Bath Hospital, Grey Cross Campaign. 

HARROW. Middlesex. 

GOODFELLOW, William, Associate, 1937. Fellow, 1938. Chief Clerk and 
Senior Assistant, Public Health Department. 

KEMPTON, Joseph James, Associate, 1938. Company Accountant, 
T. F. Nash (Investment), Ltd. 

HARWICH. Essex. 

BOOTH, Herbert, Fellow, 1937. Chairman, Allen-Booth, Ltd. 
FORDHAM, John William Wood, Associate, 1931. Finance and Rating 
Officer, Tendring Rural District Council. 

HARTFORD. Cheshire. 

WRIGHT, Thomas, Fellow, 1938. Accountant and Financial Officer, 
Northwich Rural District Council, Finance Department. 

HASLEMERE. Surrey. 

WILSON, Wilfred, Fellow, 1938. Deputy Clerk of the Council, 
Haslemere Urban District Council. 

HASTINGS. Sussex. 

GEARY, Frederick, Fellow, 1930. Assistant Secretary and Accountant, 
Royal East Sussex Hospital. 

HATFIELD. Hertfordshire. 

CUBBAGE, Archibald William, Associate, 1930. Fellow, 1931. Private 
Secretary, Sir Francis E. Fremantle, M.P., J.P., D.L., M.D., M.Ch., 
F.R.C.P., F.R.C.S., D.Ph. 

HAVERFORDWEST. Pembrokeshire. 

THOMAS, Henry Harold, Fellow, 1937. Chief Clerk, Pembrokeshire 
Education Authority. 

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HAWICK. Roxburghshire. 

GREIG, John, Fellow, 1924. 10 Yarrow Terrace. 
HAYDOGK. Lancashire. 

LEDGER, Clifford, Fellow, 1933. Clerk to the Council, and Accountant, 
Haydock Urban District Council. 

HEANOR. Nottinghamshire. 

COPE, Kenneth Alfred, Associate, 1935. Assistant Accountant, I. & 

R. Morley, Ltd. 

PILKINGTON, Edward, Associate, 1935. Secretary, Vic Hallam, Ltd. 
HEDNESFORD. Staffordshire. 

BRADBURY, Gerald John, Associate, 1938. Assistant Secretary and 
Accountant, Camiock & Rugeley Colliery Co., Ltd. 

HELSTON. Cornwall. 

COWLS, Joseph Thomas, Associate, 1933. Clerk, Sithncy Parish Council. 

HEMEL HEMPSTEAD. Hertfordshire. 

LJNFORD, Frank, Associate, 1937. Secretary, The Hemel Hempstead 
& District Mutual Permanent Building Society. 

HEMSWORTH. Yorkshire. 

ROWBOTHAM, Frederick Cobden, Fellow, 1933. Assistant Clerk of the 
Council, Hemsworth Rural District Council. 

HENDON. Middlesex. 

GOODMAN, Abraham, Associate, 1938. 1 13 Cotswold Gardens, Hendon 
Way. 

HEREFORD. Herefordshire. 

LUCAS, George Frederick, Fellow, 1938. Accountant, H. P. Bulmer & 
Co., Ltd. 

TOWNSEND, Bernard Howard, Associate, 1934. Assistant Clerk and 
Accountant, The River Wye Catchment Board. 

HERNE BAY. Kent. 

WHFIE, Robert Alfred Gcrrard, Associate, 1937. Secretary, Queen 
Victoria Memorial Hospital. 

HERTFORD. Hertfordshire. 

BROOKS, Percy George, Fellow, 1932. Secretary, Hertford County 
Hospital. 

fflGHWORTH. Wiltshire. 

RADWAY, Reginald Albert Price, Associate, 1937. Assistant to Principal, 
Oriental Fibre Mat and Matting Co. 

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HIGH WYCOMBE. Buckinghamshire. 

BEAUCHAMP, Arthur Ernest, Fellow, 1937. Secretary, Broom & Wade, 
Ltd. 

FREEMAN, Edmund, Associate, 1938. Assistant Secretary and Counting 
House Manager, Frederick Parker & Sons, Ltd. 

HINDLEY. Lancashire. 

ROTHWELL, Arthur, Associate, 1930. Rental Clerk, Accounts Dept,, 
Hindley Urban District Council. 

HIGKSON, Frederick, Associate, 1932. Clerk, Hindley Urban District 
Council. 

HTTCHIN. Hertfordshire. 

BLACKLEDGE, John Stanley, Associate, 1933. Deputy Clerk and 
Accountant, Hitchin Urban District Council. 

HUNT. Albert Henry, Associate, 1933. Secretary, Alliance Finance 
Association, Ltd. 

HOLLINWOOD. Lancashire. 

GRIFFITHS, William Thomas, Associate, 1933. Clerk, Ferranti, Ltd. 
HOLYHEAD. Anglesey. 

ROBERTS, Capt. Arthur Gongora de Villamar, Fellow, 1936. Secretary, 
Seaside Resorts and Development Co., Ltd. 

HOLYWELL. Flintshire. 

ROBERTS, Haydn, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1936. 35 High Street. 

HONG KONG. China. 

BROWN, Walter Joseph, Associate, 1938. Second Assistant Accountant, 
China Light & Power Co., Ltd. 

WONG, Wing Seen, B.A., Ph.D., Associate, 1936. Director, The Sun 
Co., Ltd. 

HORSHAM. Sussex. 

LAIDMAN, Arthur William, Fellow, 1934. Accountant and Rating and 
Valuation Officer, The Horsham Rural District Council. 

HOSHANGABAD. Central Province, India. 

SINHA, J. N. P., Associate, 1938. Kothi Bazar. 

HOUNSLOW. Middlesex. 

NICHOLLS, Maurice, Associate, 1935. Chief Clerk, Borough of Heston 
and Isleworth Electricity Department. 

PEERMAN, John Dennis Terrange, Associate, 1938. Valuation Assistant, 
Heston and Isleworth Borough Council. 

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HOVE. Sussex. 

ADAMS, Ernest George, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, South of England 
Dairies, Ltd. 

HORWICH. Lancashire. 

ROSCOE, Thomas, Associate, 1937. Deputy Clerk to the Council and 
Assistant Secretary for Education, Horwich Urban District Council. 

HUDDERSFBELD. Yorkshire. 

BALDERSTONE, Jack, Associate, 1937. Cashier, Edward Gee & Sons. 

BOOTH, Norman, Fellow, 1934. Acting Secretary, David Brown & 
Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd.; Secretary, Ferguson Brown, Ltd. 

BUTTERY, Harry, Associate, 1933. Accountant-Cashier, Hall, Walker 
& Norton. 

LINDLEY, Gerald Herbert, Associate, 1932. Area Collector and Ac- 
counting Officer, County Council of the West Riding of Yorkshire, 
Upper Agbrigg Area. 

WALKER, Thomas, Fellow, 1932. Secretary, John Haigh & Sons, Ltd. 

HULL. Yorkshire. 

BARBER, Joseph Hector, Associate, 1938. Branch Manager, Leeds 
Permanent Building Society. 

BROADHEAD, Frank William, Associate, 1929. Fellow, 1938. Chief of 
Sales, G. & T. Earle, Ltd. 

CARLILL, John Albert, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Garden Village (Hull), 
Ltd.; Secretary, George Backton & Sons, Ltd. 

DOWSE, Charles Elsom, Fellow, 1928. Assistant to Secretary, Hollis 
B/os. & Co., Ltd. 

DUEI:DEN, James Hartley, Associate, 1937. Sales Manager, The Smith 
Printing and Paper Co. 

SKEPRATT, Cecil Eardley, Associate, 1935. Fellow, 1938. Appeals 
Organiser, Hull Royal Infirmary. 

SMITH, Frank, Associate, 1929. Fellow, 1935. Secretary, Turner's 
Furnishing Co., Ltd.; Secretary, R, W. Turner, Ltd. 

TOWNSEND, Leonard, Fellow, (1925)-! 935. 678 Princess Avenue. 

HUNNINGTON. Worcestershire. 

PAGE, Richard Stanley, Associate, 1938. Accounts Clerk, Harry 
Vincent, Ltd. 

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ILFORD. Essex. 

COWAN, Harold Douglas, Fellow, 1935. 72 Vaughan Gardens. 

ILFRAGOMBE. Devonshire. 

Dos SANTOS, Vera Ethel Ellen May, Fellow, 1929. Clerk, Finance 
Department, Ilfracombe Urban District Council. 

ILKESTON. Derbyshire. 

DOWNS, John Thompson, Associate, 1938. Secretary and Accountant, 
Charnos Hosiery, Ltd. 

INDORE CITY, 'india. 

MODI, Ambaial Keshavlal, Fellow, 1938. Branch Manager, Anandji 
Haridas & Co., Ltd. 

INVERNESS. Inverness-shire. 

WILSON, Stanley Horsley Heathcote, Associate, 1935. Deputy Town 
Chamberlain, Inverness Town Council. 



IPSWICH. 

AULT, Stephen, Associate, 1928. 171 Britannia Road. 

IRAN. Palestine. 

DE BAZ, Dr. Petros, Fellow, 1937. Medical Director, Anglo-Iranian 
Oil Company, Abadan. 

IRTHLINGBOROUGH. Northamptonshire. 

CARTER, Wilfred, Associate, 1935. Chief Clerk, Irthlingborough Gas 
& Coke Co., Ltd. 

WILSON, William, Fellow, 1938. Clerk to the Council, Irthlingborough 
Urban District Council. 

IRVINE. Ayreshire. 

ArrKEN,John, Fellow, 1937. Secretary, John K. Campbell. 

JAFFA. Palestine. 

WOLFSON, Moshe D., Associate, 1926. Chief Clerk, Public Works 
Department. 

JARROW-ON-TYNE. Co. Durham. 

IVORY, Charles Arthur, Fellow, 1931. Area Officer, Unemployment 
Assistance Board. 

WRIGHT, John James, Associate, 1933. 139 Albert Road. 

JERSEY. Channel Islands. 

BISSON, Elie John, Associate, 1925. Fellow, 1928. Director and 
Secretary-Accountant, J. W. Huelin, Ltd. 

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JERUSALEM. Palestine. 

KHADDER, George Assad, B.Com., Associate, 1929. Fellow, 1931. 
Secretary, Arab Chamber of Commerce. 

MEIRY, Meir Benzion, Associate, 1938. Secretary of the Finance 
Department, Jewish Agency for Palestine. 

JOHANNESBURG. Transvaal, South Africa. 

LIPKIN, Matthew Israel, Associate, 1929. Fellow, 1938. 188 Roberts 
Avenue, Kensington. 

RAJAK, Harry Xavier, Associate, 1929. Secretary, Marble Lime and 
Associated Industries, Limited. 

SAROVITCH, Morris, Fellow, 1929. Secretary, Industrial Council for 
The Clothing Industry (Transvaal); Secretary, Transvaal Clothing 
Industry Medical Aid Society. 

KARACHI. India. 

DHALLA, Nariosang Maneckji, Associate, 1936. Clerk, Karachi Port 
Trust, Ltd. 

TARACHAND, Fatehchand G'manie, Fellow, 1933. Manager and Sec- 
retary, The Pioneer Sind Sugar Mills Co., Ltd. 

KEIGHLEY. Yorkshire. 

BOLTON, John Arthur, Fellow, 1928. District Manager, Halifax Building 
Society. 

BROWN, Percy, Associate, 1933. Superintendent, Registrar, and 
Assistant Clerk to Keighley, Bingley and Shipley Joint Hospital 
Board. 

MIDGELEY, Edward White, Associate, 1933. Fellow, 1934. Secretary. 
J. H. Binns & Co., Ltd. 7 

MITCHELL, Councillor Harry Oscar, Fellow, 1930. Secretary, Keighley 
and Craven Building Society. 

STOBBS, Charles William, Fellow, 1933. Manager, Wadsworth & Co. 

TRIGO, Arthur Frederick, Associate, 1934. Cashier, Keighley and 
Craven Building Society. 

KENDAL. Westmorland. 

GREENFIELD, John Herdman, Fellow, 1934. Secretary, Kendal District 
Auction Mart Co., Ltd. 

KENTON. Middlesex. 

THORNE, Clarence Sutton, Fellow, 1932. 95 Lindsay Drive. 
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KESWICK. Cumberland. 

HENDERSON, Alva Edward, Associate, 1935. Clerk to the Council and 
Chief Financial Officer, Keswick Urban District Council. 

KETTERING. Northamptonshire. 

JACKSON, George William, Fellow, 1933. Secretary-Superintendent, 
Kettering and District General Hospital. 

KEYNSHAM. Somersetshire. 

ASHTON, George Reginald, Fellow, 1935. Clerk and Accountant to 
the Council, Keynsham Urban District Council. 

KIDDERMINSTER. Worcestershire. 

BARNETT, Francis William, Associate, 1935. Fellow, 1937. Ideal 
Buildings, Mill Street. 

KILBURN. London. 

GOLDSMITH, Charles Wellington, Fellow, 1935. Assistant Chief Clerk, 
Borough Engineer's Department, Willesden Town Council. 

KIMBERLEY. Cape Province, South Africa. 

WEARN, Alfred Weeks, J.P., Associate, 1930. 4 Stauros Chambers, 
Market Square. 

KING'S LYNN. Norfolk. 

SEARJEANT, Joseph Edward, Fellow, 1931. House Governor and 
Secretary, West Norfolk and Lynn General Hospital. 

KINGSTON-ON-THAMES. Surrey. 

DAWSON, Stanley Victor, Associate, 1937. Deputy Chief Clerk and 
Secretary to County Engineer, Surrey County Council. 

KIRKBY STEPHEN. Westmorland. 

GARDNER, Jesse, Fellow, 1932. Accountant and Chief Financial Officer, 

North Westmorland Rural District Council. 

HARKER, John, Fellow, 1938. Clerk to the Council, Rural District 
Council of North Westmorland; Secretary, Kirkby Stephen Gas Co. 

KIRKHAM. Lancashire. 

BEARDSWORTH, David, Associate, 1934. Fellow, 1936. Superintendent, 

Lancashire County Council P.A.C., Area 3, Cottage Homes. 
LUNN, George William, Fellow, 1935. Master of Institution and 

Hospital, Lancashire County Council. 

KNARESBOROUGH. Yorkshire. 

ROGERS, Francis, Fellow, 1932. Clerk to the Council, Nidderdale 
Rural District Council. 

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LANCASTER. Lancashire. 

BARKER, Philip Howard, Fellow, 1934. Clerk to the Council, Lancaster 

Rural District Council; Clerk, Lancaster Guardians Committee, 

Lancashire County Council. 
BOURNE, Jonas, B.Com., Associate, 1926. Fellow, 1936. 2 Lakeber 

Terrace, High Bentham. 

LARKHALL. Lanarkshire. 

CAMPBELL, John Scott, Fellow, 1936. Clerk to Larkhall District 
Council, Fourth District Council, County of Lanark. 

LEAMINGTON SPA. Warwickshire. 

OCG, Frederick Henry, Fellow, 1927. 68 Rugby Road. 

WIRGMAN, Edward Leighton, Fellow, 1937. House Governor and 

Secretary, The Warneford, Leamington and South Warwickshire 

General Hospital. 

LEATHERHEAD. Surrey. 

JARVIS, William Thomas, Fellow, 1938. Deputy Financial Officer, 
Leatherhead Urban District Council. 

LEEDS. Yorkshire. 

ARMITAOR, Charles, Fellow 1929. Secretary, Leeds De-tinning, Ltd. 
CALEY, Robert Dixon, Fellow, 1930. Secretary, Wilson, Smith & 

Sutcliffe, Ltd. 
ELLIOT, Richard, Associate, 1936. Carlton Chambers, 84 Albion 

Street. 
FIELDHOUSE, George, Associate, 1937. First Class Clerk, Mortgage 

Department, Leeds Permanent Building Society. 
GUMMERSALL, John Leslie, Associate, 1934. Surveyor, Guardian 

Assurance Co., Ltd. 
HENRY, Harry Mason, Fellow, 1932. Assistant Clerk to the Leeds 

Health Insurance Committee. 
MAURY, Charles Frederick John, Fellow, 1930. Secretary and 

Superintendent, Leeds Public Dispensary and Hospital. 
PEARLMAN, Joseph, Associate, 1928. Accountant-Secretary, Jack L. 

Barnett Ltd.; and Secretary, Dr. Dembo I Friendly Society. 
PEAT, Percy, Associate, 1938. Assistant Secretary and Accountant, 

HindeU's Dairy Farmers, Ltd. 
PULLAN, Harry Lowther, Associate, 1937. Chief Register Clerk, The 

Insurance Committee for the County Borough of Leeds. 
RAWNSLEY, Reginald Gerald, Associate, 1928. Senior Audit Clerk, 

Beevers & Adgie. 

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LEEDS. Yorkshire contd. 

SMITH, Eric Charles Glen, Associate, 1928. 7 Woodburne Avenue, 

Scott Hall Road. 
WILKINSON, Ralph, Associate, 1935. Accountant, William Gepper & 

Co., Ltd. 

LEICESTER. Leicestershire. 

ALEXANDER, Francis Arthur, Fellow, 1933. Assistant Manager, 
Leicester Public Medical Service; Under-Secretary, Leicester and 
Leicestershire Maternity Hospital and "John Faire" Hospital. 

AMOS, Samuel, Associate, 1929. Assistant to Manager, Co-operative 

Wholesale Society, Ltd. 
CARR, Wilfred, Fellow, 1933. Secretary, City of Leicester Health 

Department. 
CAYLESS, Francis, Fellow, 1930. Managing Director, Alfred Hunt, Ltd. 

FANTOM, Gordon, Associate, 1926. Assistant Accountant, City of 
Leicester Gas Department. 

GARNER, Bertie Sturgess, Associate, 1930. Cashier, Wolsey, Ltd., 
Fleckney. 

GUTHRIE, William Hcaton, Fellow, 1938. Chief Accountant, Midland 
Newspapers, Ltd. (Northcliffe Newspapers Group, Ltd.). 

HACKETT, William, Fellow, 1936. Assistant Secretary, Leicester 

Co-operative Society, Ltd. 
HALE, Cecil Frcmeaux, Associate, (1929)-! 936. Assessor and Collector 

of Taxes, Board of Inland Revenue. 

LOCHHEAD, Arthur William, Associate, 1929. Fellow, 1934. Secretary- 
Manager, Leicester City Football Club, Ltd. 

MORRIS, Shirley George, Fellow, 1935. Secretary, The Leicester 

District Nursing Association. 
PAGE, Harry, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Leicester Mental Deficiency 

Committee. 
TATE, John George, Fellow, 1932. Lord Mayor's Secretary. 

WALL, Thomas Nelms, Associate, 1930. Chief Clerk, The Phoenix 
Assurance Co., Ltd. 

LEIGH. Lancashire. 

SMITH, Leslie, Associate, 1935. Assistant Secretary, George Moss & 
Sons, Ltd. 

LEIGH-ON-SEA. Essex. 

STUBBS, Wallace, Fellow, 1924. "Glastonbury," Crescent Road. 
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LIMA. Peru, South America. 

GATES, Horace Frederick Alfred, Associate, 1935. Fellow, 1938. 
Attach^, H.B.M. Legation. 

HOLT, William Benjamin, B.Sc. (Econ.), Associate, 1932. Accountant, 
Fabrica de Tejidos, "La Union," Ltda. 

LIMERICK. Co. Limerick, Eire. 

KNOX, David Robert, Fellow, 1936. Secretary and Chief Accountant, 
J. & G. Boyd, Ltd. 

RALEIGH, Cecil Bernard, Associate, 1934. 92 O'Connell Street. 
RUDDOCK, James Johnston, Fellow, 1928. 136 O'Connell Street. 

LINCOLN. Lincolnshire. 

GREEN, Herbert William Carlton, Fellow, 1933. Secretary, Lincoln 
Incorporated Chamber of Commerce. 

GRIMSHAW, James Edward, Fellow, 1938. General Manager, Clayton 
Dewandre Co., Ltd. 

LIVERPOOL. Lancashire. 

ATHERTON, Ronald Vernon, Associate, 1938. Audit Clerk, Chalmers 

Wade & Co. 
BENJAMIN, Evan David, Fellow, 1930. Accountant, Calthrops Bros., 

Ltd. 

COLOJUHOUN, Douglas, Associate, 1937. Resident Manager, E. J. 
Williams & Co. 

ECGLES, Willibrord Buscot, Associate, 1936. Statistical and General 
Assistant, Markets Department, Corporation of Liverpool. 

EVANS, Tegid Emlyn, Associate, 1926. Accounts Department Manager, 
Lewis's, Ltd. 

GOODACRE, Francis Bebbington, Fellow, 1933. Secretary, Cancer 
Hospital. 

JAMIESON, Norman, Associate, 1938. Assistant Master, Liverpool 
Corporation, Belmont Road Institution. 

JONES, Robert John, Fellow, 1937. Coal Controller, L.M.S. Railway 
Co. 

LYNCH, Henry Terence, Associate, 1938. General Clerk, Glass & 
Edwards. 

McMuRRAY, William, Fellow, 1923. Liverpool Manager, The Anglo- 
Oriental and General Investment Trust, Ltd. 

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LIVERPOOL. Lancashire tontd. 

MORREY, Ernest Beardmore, Fellow, 1933. Accountant, Co-operative 
Wholesale Society, Ltd. 

NELSON, Frank Gelling, Associate, 1936. 9 Endfield Park, Grassendale. 

OSBORNE, Cecil, B.Sc. (Econ.), B.Com., Fellow, 1936. Chief Accountant, 
Littlewood's Mail Order Stores, Ltd. 

RICHMOND, Leonard, D.S.O., Fellow, 1938. Superintendent, Royal 
Liverpool United Hospital, Stanley Hospital. 

RUTHERFORD, Sidney, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, John Rubin, Ltd.; 
Phillips Hughes, Ltd.; Falkland Warehouses, Ltd., etc. 

SAUNDERSON, William Robert, Associate, 1935. Registrar, City School 
of Art. 

SHORE, William Leslie, Fellow, 1935. Confidential Secretary to 
Medical Superintendent, Smithdown Road Municipal Hospital. 

SMITH, Joseph Percy, Associate, 1938. Audit Clerk, Chalmers Wade 
& Co., Chartered Accountants. 

SMYTH, Richard Hugh, Associate, 1938. Assistant Accountant, The 

British Nicotine Co., Ltd. 
TUNNINGTON, William Frederick, Associate, 1936. Assistant Manager, 

Accounts Department, Evans Sons, Lescher & Webb, Ltd. 

TURNER, James, Associate, 1931. "Denehurst," 125 Stanley Park 
Avenue, Litherland. 

WILLIAMS, John Collin, Associate, 1938. Secretary, Liverpool Licensed 
Victuallers' Association. 

WILLIAMSON, William Godfrey, Associate, 1933. 71 Britannia Buildings, 
46 Fenwick Street. 

LLANDUDNO. Caernarvonshire. 

MOODY, Reginald Cyril, Associate, 1930. Secretary, The Holyhead 
Empire Theatre Co., Ltd. 

LLANELLY. Carmarthenshire. 

CHARLES, William Henry, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Palace (Llanelly), 
Ltd., and Llanelly Quarries, Ltd. 

HAWORTH, Ronald, Associate, 1938. Secretary, The Llanelly and 
District General Hospital. 

LLANISHEN. Glamorganshire. 

BANCROFT, Alexander William, Associate, 1925. Secretary, William 
Mathwin & Son (Cardiff), Ltd. 

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LONDON. 

ABRAMS, Thomas Patrick, Associate, 1935. Internal Auditor, The 
Abbey Road Building Society. 

AIR, Robert John Gummings, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Forbes Campbell 
& Co., Ltd. 

ALDERSLADE, Henry William Charles, Fellow, 1936. Secretary, J. J. 
Dean, Ltd., Essex Joinery Co., Ltd. 

ARNOLD, John Stanley, Associate, 1938. Barristers' Clerk, Lancelot 
S. Fletcher, Esq., B.A., E. T. Rhymer, Esq., J.P., A.C.I.S., Miss 
Dorothy K. Dix, B.A., Barristers-at-Law. 

ATHA, Fred, Associate, 1933. Audit Clerk, Cooper Brothers & Co. 

ATHA, Norman, Associate, 1935. Assistant Secretary, Herrburger, 
Brooks, Ltd. 

BADGER, Alfred Bowcn, M.A., Ph.D., Fellow, 1935. Director of Studies, 
Pitman's College. 

BARMBY, Lawrence, Associate, 1938. Head Tutor, V. E. Frey. 

BARNETT, Robert John, Associate, 1937. Personal Assistant to 
Secretary, Phillips Mills & Co., Ltd. 

BASS, Stanley, Associate, 1937. Senior Audit Clerk, Maurice Jenks 
Percival & Co. 

BATGHELOR, George William, Associate, 1938. Assistant Secretary, 
Central London Ophthalmic Hospital. 

BATEMAN, Edward Cecil, Associate, 1930. Fellow, 1935. Secretary, 
Seventh Stratford Rock Mutual Building Society. 

BATTY, Thomas, Associate, 1938. Assistant to Accountant, Mercantile 
Investment & General Trust Co., Ltd. 

BEATY, John, Associate, 1932. Chief Clerk, Engineer and Surveyor's 
Dept., Borough of Finsbury. 

BEDWELL, Cyril Edward Alfred, Fellow, 1936. House Governor and 
Secretary, King's College Hospital. 

BEECHING, Reginald Leslie, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, St. Andrew's 
Hospital. 

BELL, Francis Gerald, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Crystalate, Ltd. 

BENTLEY, Roland John, Fellow, 1938. Secretary and Chief Accountant, 
The Stoll Theatres Corporation, Ltd. 

BISHOP, Arthur, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1933. Managing Director 
and Secretary, West London Investment Building Society. 

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LONDON contd. 

BLACK, Andrew Bolivar Gran, Associate, 1930. Fellow, 1938. Secre- 
tary, Gobla Syndicate, Ltd.; Secretary, The P.M. Marble Co., 
Ltd.; Secretary, Victorian Marble Stone and Granite Works, Ltd. 

BLASDALE-HOLMES, Ralph Alexander, Associate, 1935. Representative, 
Jardox Concentrated Products, Ltd. 

BOWLER, William Harry, Associate, 1936. Clerk, Finance Depart- 
ment, Borough of Willesden. 

BRAID, William .Montague Donald, Associate, 1925. Accountant, 
Central Electricity Board. 

BROGKMAN, Ivor, Associate, 1929. 43 Evering Road, Stoke Newington, 
N.i6. 

BROOKS, Clarence, Fellow, 1938. Assistant Secretary, Portman Building 
Society. 

BROWN, Ronald Leigh, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Hartley Cooper & 
Co., Ltd. 

BROWNE, Frank Alwyne, Fellow, 1937. Secretary, Industrial Permanent 
Building Society, Ltd. 

BROWNING, Douglas, Fellow, 1938. i Laurence Pountney Hill, Cannon 
Street, E.C.4. 

BUCKLEY, Margaret Doreen MacGregor, Associate, 1938. Secretary to 
Chief of Auditing and Accounting Department, The Coco Cola 
Aerated Water Co., Ltd. 

BULL, Raymond Arthur, Fellow, 1930. Secretary, St. Mark's Hospital. 

BURR, Douglas Aldis, Associate, 1938. Chief Accountant, Service 
Engineering Co., Ltd. 

CANNINGS, Ralph Beavis, Fellow, 1935. Secretary, City of London 
Maternity Hospital. 

CARTER, Geraldine Victoria, Associate, 1938. Personal and Company 
Secretary, Henry J. Burgess & Co., Incorporated Accountants. 

GARTER, George Spurgeon, Associate, 1932. Accountant and Assistant 
Secretary, Stirling Boiler Co., Ltd. 

CASTELLO, Ellis James, M.C., Fellow, 1933. Secretary, Greater London 
Fund for the Blind. 

CHAMBERS, Arthur, Associate, 1938. Representative, Siemens Electric 
Lamps and Supplies, Ltd. 

CHANEY, Henry Stanley, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1935. City Manager, 
Woolwich Equitable Building Society. 

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LONDON--mfc/. 

CLACK, Henry Fairn James, Associate, 1928. Fellow, 1931. aoa 
Cedars Road, S.W.4. 

COHEN, Solomon, Associate, 1936. Secretary, The United Kosher 
Poulterers, Ltd. 

COLLB, Alexander, Fellow, 1935. Secretary, Beck & Pollitzer, 
Contracts, Ltd. 

CONQUEST, John William George, Associate, 1937. Assistant Secretary 
and Financial Secretary, The Millwall Football & Athletic Co. Ltd. 

CORIN, John, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, The Italian Hospital 

COWELL, Leslie Maurice, Associate, 1936. Secretary to the Managing 
Director, Agricultural Food Products, Ltd. 

CRAFTS, Harry, Associate, 1936. General Secretary, Typewriter Trades 

Federation of Great Britain and Ireland. 
CRANFIELD, Albert Walter, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, The British 

Tabulating Machine Co., Ltd. 

CROSSKEY, Harold Edward, Fellow, 1932. Secretary, Croydon Royal 
Arch Building Society. 

DANIELL, Percy John William, Fellow, 1937. 4 Southampton Row, 
W.C.I. 

DANDO, Albert John, Associate, 1925. Official Shorthand Writer, 
Mayor's and City of London Court (Corporation of the City of 
London). 

DAVIES, Francis Ernest, Fellow, 1934. Secretary, The Municipal 
Journal, Ltd. 

DAVIES, Gordon Owen, Fellow, 1937. Assistant to General Manager, 
Waterlow & Sons, Ltd. 

DAVIES, Ralph Laurence, Fellow, 1926. Managing Director, Allied 
London Property Society, Ltd. 

DAVIS, Douglas Herbert, Associate, 1937. Secretary, Davis Kauffmann 
& Co., Ltd. 

DAWSON, James, Fellow, 1933. Secretary, W. Hinds, Ltd. 

DEAR, William Thomas, Associate, 1934. Supervising Accountant, 
John Perring, Ltd. 

DAY, Eric George, Fellow, 1934. Financial Secretary, Iron & Steel 
Trades Confederation. 

DELL, Arthur William George, Associate, 1938. Acting Secretary, 
The Walters Tobacco Co., Ltd. 

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LONDON *>/</. 

BENSON, Gertrude, Fellow, 1937. Principal, The Benson Secretarial 
College. 

DESMOND-DANE, Lt.-Col. Norval, D.Sc., Associate, 1936. 15 Doughty 
Street, W.G.I. 

DIBDEN, Edgar John, Fellow, 1930. Secretary, The Salvation Army 

Trustee Go. 
DIXON, Frank Sidney, Associate, 1936. Secretary, Henrion Carbons, 

Ltd. 

DONNELLY, Charles Richard, Associate, 1938. Secretary, The British 
Moss Litter Co., Ltd. 

DOWN, William Thomas Jordan, Associate, 1936. Insurance Manager, 
The General Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. 

DRYSDALE, Christina, Associate, 1935. Clerk, Caroni Sugar Estates 
(Trinidad), Ltd. 

DRYSDALE, Councillor George Rae, Fellow, 1923. Secretary, The 
Corporation of Certified Secretaries, Ltd. (By Guarantee.) Member 
of the Council. 

DUCKETT, Stanley, Associate, 1937. Accountant, Allom Bros., Ltd. 

EDWARDS, Alfred, Associate, 1935. Deputy Chief Clerk, Borough 
Engineer's Department, The Royal Borough of Kensington. 

EDWARDS, Cecil Roland, Associate, 1938. Accounts Clerk, United 
States Lines Operations Inc. 

ELEY, Hamar Joseph, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Princess Louise 
Kensington Hospital for Children. 

ELLIOTT, Arthur Raymond, Associate, 1938. Accountancy, Taxation 
and Secretarial Duties, Singleton, Fabian & Co., Chartered 
Accountants. 

ELVEN, Alfred Henry, Associate, 1937. Accountancy Assistant, Finance 
Department, Surrey County Council, Kingston-on-Thames. 

EYRES, John Worthington, Associate, 1932. Registration Officer and 
Statistician (and Deputy to the Secretary), Potato Marketing Board. 

FARLEY, Victor Ernest, Associate, 1936. Clerk, Electricity Depart- 
ment, Wimbledon Borough Council. 

FINLAY, Mortimer, Associate, 1934. Secretary, The Jewish Maternity 

Hospital. 
FIRMIN, Jack Wilmot, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Firmin & Sons, Ltd. 

FISHER, Samuel, Associate, 1936. Secretary, Commercial Road Talmud 
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LONDON contd. 

FOLEY, Ernest Samuel, Fellow, 1937. Secretary, Gordon Hospital. 

FOLEY, Reginald Arthur, Fellow, 1931. Secretary, Middlesex Hospital 
Medical School. 

FOORO, Donald Wells, Associate, 1938. Clerk, Middlesex County 
Council. 

FORD, Ernest Charles, Associate, 1934. Manager, Licensing Depart- 
ment, The Performing Right Society, Ltd. 

FRASER, William John, Associate, 1934. Fellow, 1938. Secretary, 

Syphon Anti-Splash Adapcrs, Ltd.; Secretary, H. Holden 

(Bricklayers), Ltd. 
FREEMAN, Frank Sturges, Associate, 1936. Book-keeper and Assistant 

Cashier, The Canadian Pacific Railway Co., Ltd. 
FUNNELL, Cyril, Associate, 1935. 71 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C.2. 
FUNNELL, William Joseph, Fellow, 1933. 71 Lincoln's Inn Fields, 

W.C.a. 
GARDNER, Edward William Frank, Associate, 1936. Statistician, J. S. 

Richards, Ltd. 
GARNON, Edward William, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, The Institute of 

Motor Trade. 
OILMAN, George Ernest, Associate, 1938. Secretary, Benn Brothers, 

Ltd. 
GLICKMAN, Solomon, Associate, 1927. Fellow, 1930. St. Mary Axe, 

E.C. 3 . 
GRAVES, Leonard Samuel Thomas de Bonnaire, Associate, 1935. 

Assistant Appeal Secretary, The Connaught Hospital. 
GREEN, Edward John, Associate, 1935. Senior Accounts Clerk, 

News-Chronicle, Ltd. 
GREEN, Ernest Thomas, Associate, 1935. Fellow, 1938. 158 City Road, 

E.C.I. 

GREENBAUM, Harry Jacob, Associate, 1932. 2 William Street. 
GREENHILL, Basil William, Associate, 1937. Senior Clerk, Norton, 

Slade & Co. 
GRENNAN, Robert Leslie, Associate, 1928. Fellow, 1933. 7 Maitland 

Park Villas, Hampstead, N.W.3, 
GRIFFITHS, Arthur Henry Vernon, Associate, 1932. Accountant, 

Magnet Building Society. 
GRYLLS, Hubert Leslie de Courcy, B.A., B.Sc., Fellow, 1938. Director 

of Studies, Rapid Results College. 

HALL, George Thomas, Associate, 1937. Private Secretary, The 
Sansinena Co., Ltd. 

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LONDON contd. 

HARDING, Frederick Alfred John, B.Sc. (Econ.), Associate, 1929. 
Fellow, 1933. Bank Official, Westminster Bank, Ltd. 

HARPER, Eric Robert, Associate, 1938. Clerk, Equity & Law Life 
Assurance Society. 

HARRIS, Kenneth Alfred, Associate, 1934. Disbursement Auditor, 
Columbia Pictures Corporation, Ltd. 

HARRIS, William James, Associate, 1933. Commercial Master, Pitman's 
College. 

HARRISON, Robert Haltom, Fellow, 1938. Acting Secretary and 
Director of Appeals, Connaught Hospital. 

HASTING, Charles Albert, Fellow, 1935. Secretary, Colonial Wharves, 
Ltd. 

HAYNES, Frederick Thomas, Associate, 1930. Assistant, Accounts 
Department, Twentieth-Century Fox Film Co., Ltd. 

HEATHER, William Leonard, Fellow, 1938. Manager, Morley Phillips 
& Martin. 

HERBERT, Austin, Associate, 1937. Chief Assistant, C. B. Buxton, Ltd. 

HICKS, Dudley Connop, Associate, 1937. Secretary, White Heather 
Confections, Ltd. 

HICKS, Ivor Harold, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Buries Markes, Ltd. 

HILLS, Alfred Claude, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, H. Clarkson & Co., 
Ltd. 

HIGGINS, Maurice Edward, Associate, 1933. Fellow, 1936. Accountant 
and Auditor, Higgins, Andrews & Co. 

HOGBEN, Bernard Tunbridge, Associate, 1934. Secretary, Radio 
Manufacturers' Service, Greenford. 

HOLLOWAY, Edgar Northcote, Associate, 1937. Tax Officer, Inland 
Revenue. 

HOMER, Sydney Ernest, Fellow, 1933. General Secretary, National 
Sailors' Society (Incorp.). 

HONEY, Ronald Courtenay Charles, Associate, 1938. Senior Clerk, 
G. W. Payne & Co. 

HORSHAM, Arthur Robert, Associate, 1936. First Assistant to Secretary, 
Institution of Municipal and County Engineers. 

HOWELL, James Frederick, Associate, 1938. Assistant Secretary and 
Accountant, Palmer & Harvey, Ltd. 

HUGKLE, Leslie Charles, Associate, 1934. Assistant to the Secretary, 
Brand & Co., Ltd. 

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HUDSON, Charles Douglas, Associate, 1937. Accountant and Secretary, 

Butlus (London), Ltd., and other Companies. 
HUMPHREY, Ralph Charles, Fellow, 1935. Director and Secretary, 

Fenstanton, Ltd. 

JACKSON, James Henry, Associate, 1923. Fellow, 1927. 23-25 Billiter 
Street, E.C-3. 

JACKSON, Major Raphael, T.D., D.L., Fellow, 1935. Secretary, Queen 
Mary's Hospital. Member of the Council. 

JENKINS, Charles Alfred, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Elmores Metal Co., 

Ltd. 
JENNINGS, Frank, Fellow, 1931. Secretary, Metropolitan Hospital. 

JIGGINS, Harold George, Associate, 1935. Assistant Accountant, Ralli 
Brothers, Ltd. 

JOHNSON, Emma Trevor, M.Sc., Associate, 1934. Fellow, 1938. Steno- 
grapher fin the Dean's Office), British Postgraduate Medical School 
(University of London). 

JOHNSON, John Frederick, Associate, 1937. Cashier, John Hopkins & 
Co., Ltd. 

JOINT, Reginald Turner, Associate, 1926. Assistant Registrar, Eagle 
Insurance Co., Ltd. 

JONES, Ronald Morris, Associate, 1931. Accountant, Fox Film Co., 

Ltd. 
KATER, Douglas Alfred, Associate, 1938. Director and Secretary, 

Cornhill Trading Co., Ltd. 

KEARNES, William Ernest, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, The British 
Homophone Co., Ltd. 

KING, Harrie John, Fellow, 1927. Secretary and Editor of Publications, 
The Institute of Wireless Technology (Incorporated). Member of 
the Council. 

KISSACK, Thomas Wesley, Fellow, 1937. Secretary-Superintendent, 
North London Homes for the Blind (Incorp.). 

KNIGHT, Llewellyn Thomas, Fellow, 1931. Secretary, Fumigation 

Services, Ltd. 
KNIGHT, Eric Alwyn, Associate, 1934. Secretary, The Institute of 

Taxation. 
KNIGHT, Stanley Thomas, Associate, 1937. Assistant Secretary, Institute 

of Ophthalmic Opticians. 
KNOWLES, Leonard Jackson, Associate, 1931. Fellow, 1937. Secretary, 

London Homoeopathic Hospital. 

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LONDONconfc/. 

LAMB, John William, Associate, 1932. Accountant, Walter Sanderson 
&Co. 

LANDY, Harry, Associate, 1937. General Manager, London and 
WestclifFe Properties, Ltd., and other Companies. 

LANGTON, Ernest Charles, Associate, 1931. Secretary, Church Burial 
Society of St. Alban the Martyr. 

LAWRENCE, Harold Leslie, Associate, 1938. Clerk, Tebbitt Brothers, 
Ltd. 

LAWRIE, Edward James, Associate, 1938. Company Director (Managing 
Director) and General Secretary, Lawrie Estates, Ltd. 

LAWSON, William, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, The London and Metro- 
politan Association of the Grocery, Provision and Allied Trades. 

LEIGH, Barnett, Fellow, 1936. Leigh & Butler, 186 Bishopsgate. 

LEVETT, Bernard, Associate, 1923. Fellow, 1927. Accountant and 
Assistant Secretary, Blackheath and Charlton Hospital. Hoti. 
Secretary, Blackheath and Charlton Chamber of Commerce. 

LINTOTT, David Bernard, Fellow, 1937. 75 Stondon Park, Honor Oak. 

LOWRIE, Albert Barnes, M.S.M., Fellow, 1930. Director and Secretary, 
Roads & Public Works, Ltd. 

MADELL, Albert Henry, Fellow, 1937. Secretary, Holland & Holland, 
Ltd. 

MAITLAND, William George, Associate, 1936. Assistant Secretary, 
National Federation of Meat Traders' Associations (Incorporated). 

MARCHANT, John, Associate, 1934. Local Government Officer, 
Westminster City Council. 

MARSHALL, Herbert, Fellow, 1933. Assistant Secretary, The 
Incorporated Association of Head Masters. 

MARSHALL, Joseph Charles Albert, Associate, 1934. Secretary, Fitzroy 
Road Garages, Ltd. 

MAXWELL, Herbert Hargreaves, Associate, 1937. Clerk and Cashier, 
Royal Arsenal Co-operative Society, Ltd., Woolwich. 

MCDONALD, William Hall Tookey, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Associated 
Cinema Properties, Ltd. 

MENZIES, Alfred Kitson Hird, Associate, 1935. Accountant, The 
Osborne Co., Ltd. 

MICHAEL, Osmond Vernon, Associate, 1932. Accountant's Assistant, 
The Dominion Bank, Ltd. 

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LONDON contd. 

MILES, Kenneth Alfred Frederick, Fellow, 1938. House Governor, 

Hampstead General and North- West London Hospital. 
MILLS, Ernest Leon, M.G., Associate, 1936. Secretary, Foster Turner, 

Ltd. 
MOODY, Edward, Associate, 1936. Cashier, National Building Society. 

MOORE, Albert Ernest Montague, Associate, 1938. Secretary, Aviation 
Developments, Ltd. 

MOORE, Charles William, Associate, 1929. ( Assistant Manager, 
Galbraith Brothers, Ltd. 

MORGAN, Ida Winifred, Associate, 1932. Assistant to Secretary, Italian 

Hospital. 
MORTIMER, John Douglas, Associate, 1938. Senior Clerk, Smith & 

Halting. 

MUNDY, Arthur Curtis, Associate, 1937. Assistant Accountant, 
Canadian Pacific Railway Co. 

MURDOCH, Gladys Evelyn, Associate, 1938. Personal Assistant to 
Secretary for Education, Commercial Education Department, 
London Chamber of Commerce. 

NEIL, David Morgan, Associate, 1938. Accountant, Amalgamated 
Union of Building Trade Workers. 

OLIVER, Charles Henry, Associate, 1931. Clerical Officer, London 
County Council, Supplies Department. 

OSTLER, Sidney Ernest, Associate, 1936. Secretary, Smithfield Market 
Tenants' Association; Joint Secretary, Smithfield Market Concilia- 
tion Board; Secretary, Metropolitan Market Clerks Provident & 
Benevolent Society. 

PARSONS, George Alfred Arthur, Associate, 1929. Fellow, 1932. 35 
Great James Street, Bedford Row. 

PARTINGTON, Albert Edward, Fellow, 1928. Secretary, The St. James's 
Building Society. 

PAYNE, Ernest Edwin, Associate, 1937. Senior Clerk, G. W. Payne 

& Co. 
PEDLER, Tom Simpson, M.A., LL.B., Fellow, 1938. General Secretary, 

National Federation of Property Owners. 

PERIAM, Harry, Fellow, 1934. Secretary and Chief Accountant, 
Johnsen & Jorgensen Flint Glass, Ltd.; Secretary, The British 
Cellofoils, Ltd., and Johnsen & Jorgensen. 

PETTIFER, William James, Associate, 1938. Manager of the Order and 
Forwarding Department, Young & Marten, Ltd. 

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LONDON contd. 

PKE, Alderman Alfred Thomas O.B.E., J.P., Fellow, 1932. 
Secretary, The British Housing Corporation, Ltd. 

FINER, George Henry, Associate, 1937. Principal, Pullen & Go. 

PINFOLD, John Frederick, Associate, 1937. Correspondence Clerk, The 
Performing Right Society, Ltd. 

PINK, David Frederick Ernest, Associate, 1933. Chief Clerk, Secretary's 
Department, Road Transport and General Insurance Co., Ltd. 

PINKHAM, VictonHarold, Fellow, 1934. Assistant Secretary, The Royal 
Cancer Hospital. 

PLEDGE, Thomas Ritchie, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1935. Branch 
Manager, Woolwich Equitable Building Society. 

PORRER, Robert, Associate, 1938. Assistant Underwriter, Transport 
Acceptances, Ltd. 

POUND, Percy Salisbury, Fellow, 1934. Assistant Cashier, The Thames 
Slipway Co., Ltd. 

PRESS, Rowland McQuinn, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Gillespie Partners, 
Ltd. 

PRIDIE, George, Fellow, 1935. Secretary, Invalid Children's Aid 
Association (London), Incorporated. 

PYKE, Leslie Ambrose Clifton, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Sir Aston 
Webb & Son. 

RANDALL, Thomas William, Associate, 1929. Assistant Secretary, 
Garton Sons & Co., Ltd. 

RANKEN, Frederick Victor, Associate, 1931. Chief Clerk, James 
Edward, Ltd. 

READ, Bertie Lees, Associate, 1935. Clerk to the Governors, Guy's 
Hospital. 

REDDY, Thomas Hamilton, Associate, 1933. Financial Secretary, The 
West London Hospital. 

REID, Henry, Associate, 1938. In Charge of Silk Department, Exports, 
Cook, Son & Co. (St. Paul's), Ltd. 

RICKERBY, Leonard William Robert, Associate, 1928. Civil Servant, 
Office of the High Commissioner for India. 

RIDD, Cyril Vincent, Associate, 1937. The Associated Portland Cement 
Manufacturers, Ltd. 

RIDOUT, Robert Ernest Thomas, Fellow, 1936. Principal, Commercial 
Education Department, London Chamber of Commerce. 

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LONDON^. 

ROBERTS, George Llewellyn, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1934. Municipal 
Officer, Metropolitan Borough of Stepney. 

ROBERTSON, William Robert, Associate, 1930. Assistant, London 
Passenger Transport Board. 

ROFFEY, Ernest William, Fellow, 1936. 91 Elms Road. 

ROLLTT, Dorrell Kaye, Fellow, 1934. Assistant General Secretary, 
Institution of British Launderers, Ltd. 

ROSE, John William, Associate, 1938. Chief Clerk,, G. W. Payne & Co. 

Ross, Ian Alistair, Fellow, 1938. Assistant Accountant and Registrar, 
McNamara & Co., Ltd. 

ROUTLEDGE, Charles Percy, Associate, 1930. Fellow, 1933. Assistant 
to Registrar, The Antofagasta (Chili) and Bolivia Railway Co., Ltd., 
and Associated Companies. 

RUSSELL, George James, Associate, 1927. Fellow, 1930. Head Master, 
The County Borough of East Ham Education Authority. 

RUSSELL, Samuel Henry, Associate, 1937. Assistant Chief Cashier, The 
National Building Society. 

SAADY, Morris, Associate, 1937. Partner, Leigh & Butler. 
SAOUI.A, Joseph, Associate, 1937. 39 Birkbeck Grove, Acton. 

SEABROOK, George Alfred, Associate, 1937. Director and Secretary, 
School Films, Ltd. 

SIMPSON, Alfred Sidney, Associate, 1929. Clerical Officer, Port of 
London Authority. 

SMITH, Councillor Harold, Associate, 1936. Assistant Secretary, 
National Union of County Officers. 

STARLING, Richard Holmes, Fellow, 1929. Secretary, The New London 
and Brighton Estates, Ltd. 

STEVENS, Charles Walter, Associate, 1928. " Windermerc," 5 Hayward 
Road, Birley Road, Whetstone. 

STEVENS, Edward Frank, Associate, 1935. Assistant Secretary, Houlder 
Brothers & Co., Ltd. 

TAYLOR, Charles William George, Associate, 1937. 56 Cannon Street. 

TERRY, Reuben, Associate, 1926. Fellow, 1932. Director, General 
Economic Services. 

THOMPSON, Reginald Sidney, Associate, 1938. Assistant, The Swiss 
Mercantile Society, Ltd. 

THORN, Albert Edward, Fellow, 1937. Secretary, Masson Seeley & 
Co., Ltd. 

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LONDON contd. 

TOWNEND, Roy George, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Catesby's, Ltd. 

TURNER, Norman, Fellow, 1938. Steward, London County Council, 
St. Nicholas's Hospital. 

TURPIN, Leonard George Richard, Fellow, 1930. Secretary-Superin- 
tendent, St. John's Hospital for Diseases of the Skin (Incorporated). 

TWEEDY, Alexander Angus, Associate, 1937. Accountant, Baptist 
Insurance Co., Ltd. 

TWITE, Frank Qornelius, Fellow, 1936. Secretary and Accountant, 
Mining Rights, Ltd. 

TYLER, Arthur Ernest, Associate, 1933. Assistant Secretary, Western 

Ophthalmic Hospital. 
URQUHART, Harold Fraser, Fellow, 1938. Lecturer, City of London 

College. 

WAITES, Harold Ernest, Fellow, 1936. Borough Librarian, Metro- 
politan Borough of Stoke Newington. 

WALKER, Charles Leslie, Associate, 1937. Partner, Thornton, Walker 
& Co.; Director, Dental Wax Co., Ltd.; Export and Import 
Trading Co., Ltd. 

WALKER, Herbert Ernest, Fellow, 1937. Secretary, Atlantic Transport 
Co., Ltd. 

WALLACE, Douglas, Associate, 1938. Accountant, The United Africa 
Co., Ltd. 

WALTER, Ernest Frederick, Associate, 1929. Fellow, 1932. Manager, 
Recoveries Department, W. K. Webster & Co., Ltd. 

WARD, Albert Edwin, Associate, 1936. Clerk, The National Union of 
Railwayman. 

WATERFIELD, Cecil Ambrose Gordon, Associate, 1938. Bought Ledger 
Clerk, Underwood Elliott Fisher, Limited. 

WEBB, Sidney Herbert, Fellow, 1936. Secretary-Accountant, Spreckley, 
White & Lewis, Ltd. 

WESTON, Stanley Neville, Associate, 1936. Director, Berker Sportcraft, 
Ltd. 

WHITE, Cyril John, Associate, 1929. Principal, Win. R. Harrison 
&Co. 

WHITE, George Edward, Associate, 1936. Secretary and Accountant, 
S. Paramythiotis, Ltd. 

WmrEHEAp, Sidney Ernest, Associate, 1936. Clerk, British Medical 
Association. 

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LONDON contd. 

WILEMAN, Frank Henry James, Associate, 1933. Dental Benefit 
Council. 

WILKS, Wilfred George, Associate, 1930. Investment and Legacy 
Department, Dr. Barnardo's Homes; National Incorporated 
Association. 

WILLIAMS, William John, Associate, 1936. Assistant Steward, Archway 
Hospital. 

WILSON, Hugh Alexander Robert James, Fellow, 1936. Managing 
Director, H. Foulks, Lynch & Co., Ltd. ' 

WINRAM, George Kenneth, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1937. 32 St. 
Mary's Road. 

WONTNER, Constance Louise, Fellow, 1938. Assistant Secretary, The 
Princess Beatrice Hospital (Incorporated). 

WOODWARD, Charles Henry, Fellow, 1932. Secretary and Accountant, 
Brodie Williams & Boyes, Ltd. 

WRAY, Charles Wilfred, Fellow, 1937. Accountant, F. W. Woolworth 
& Co., Ltd. 

YARWOOD, Henry, Associate, 1938. Assistant Secretary, Climax Rock 
Drill and Engineering Works, Ltd. 

YOUNG, John Harry, Fellow, 1931. Secretary-Superintendent, Central 
London Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital (Incorporated). 

LONG EATON. Derbyshire. 

STANLEY, William Edward, Fellow, 1934. Clerk of the Council, Long 
Eaton Urban District Council. 

WINDRAM, George Henry, Fellow, 1936. Valuation Officer, Long Eaton 
Urban District Council. 

LONGWOOD. Yorkshire. 

NEWTON, George William, Fellow, 1930. Secretary and Commercial 
Director, Joseph Hoyle & Son, Ltd. 

LUTON. Bedfordshire. 

HOLLOWAY, Cecil, Associate, 1937. Assistant Secretary, J. W. Green, 
Ltd., The Brewery. 

PEARMAIN, Geoffrey Seaber, Fellow, 1938. Clerk, Vauxhall Motors 
Ltd. 

MACCLESFIELD. Cheshire. 

BRISGOE, John Neville Aspinall, Fellow, 1936. Superintendent and 
Secretary, Macclesfield General Infirmary. 

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MAFEKING. Cape Province, South Africa. 

KROON, Gordon Clement, Fellow, 1937. Assistant Town Clerk and 
Treasurer, Municipality of Mafcking. 

MALMESBURY. Cape Province, South Africa. 

VELS, Ernest Francis, Associate, 1937. Accountant and Assistant 
Secretary, The Farmers Co-operative Milling Co., Ltd. 

MALTON. Yorkshire. 

KERR, Commander Mark, R.N., Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Malton, 
Norton & Distitct Hospital. 

MANCHESTER. Lancashire. 

ALLGOGK, William Harold, Fellow, 1936. Contracts Accountant, 
W. T. Glover & Co., Ltd. 

BANCROFT, James Nield, Fellow, 1933. Secretary, Hardman & 
Rawlinson, Ltd. 

BARROW, Reginald Roper, Associate, 1932. 32 Church Road, 
Chorlton-cum-Hardy. 

BRADBURN, Alfred, Fellow, 1936. 71 Alexandra Road South, Whally 
Road. 

BROWNHILL, Oscar, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1935. Assistant Secretary, 
James Collins & Co., Ltd. 

BURNS, Leo Vincent, Associate, 1937. Clerk, Lloyds Bank, Ltd. 
CABLE, Frank John, Associate, 1933. 240 Wilbraham Road. 

CLAYTON, Aubrey Maurice, Associate, 1938. Secretary-Accountant, 
S. Tabbah. 

COOKE, Leslie, Fellow, 1937. Director and Secretary, Northern 
Credit Services, Ltd. 

COTTON, Horace, Fellow, 1937. Senior Administrative Clerk, 
Manchester Corporation. 

DARRAH, Denis Chamberlain, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Baxendale & 
Co., Ltd. 

DAVTES, Daniel Gordon, Associate, 1938. Clerk, Hospitals Adminis- 
tration, Public Health Department, Manchester Corporation. 

DEAN, Benjamin Alexander, Associate, 1936. Assistant Accountant, 
Manex, Ltd., Barton. 

DE LANGE, Dorothy Adele, Associate, 1934. Accountant and Assistant 
Secretary, Manchester Victoria Memorial Jewish Hospital. 

DEWHURST, Eric Keith, Associate, 1938. Assistant Secretary and 
Cashier, Lot Hilton. 

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MANCHESTER. Lancashire contd. 

DIXON, George Arthur, D.F.C., Associate, 1932. Works Accountant, 
British Tar Products, Ltd., Cadishead. 

FITTON, Councillor Samuel, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Manchester and 
Salford Medical Charities Fund. 

FrrzpATRiCK, Joseph Lewis Thomas, Associate, 1938. Costing Clerk, 
The Lancashire Steel Corporation, Ltd. 

FREEMAN, David, Fellow, 1931. Secretary, Manchester Talmud Torah 
Schools. , 

GLASS, Percy Nathan, B.Sc. (Tech.), Fellow, 1931. Superintendent, 
Christie Hospital and Holt Radium Institute, Withington. 

GORTON, John, Fellow, 1928. Secretary, Humphrey Lloyd & Sons, 

Ltd. 
HALE, Dudley Herbert, Associate, 1936. Secretary, Page's, Ltd. 

HALL, Leslie Bryan, Associate, 1923. Assistant Cashier, W. Ruttenau 
& Co. 

HATTON, Samuel, Associate, 1938. Clerk Auditor, Joseph Crossley 
& Sons. 

HESFORD, Alfred, Associate, 1931. 9 Park Avenue, Levenshulme. 

JACKSON, Charles Augustus, Fellow, 1938. Cashier, Nahums (Union 
Mills Dept.). 

LEONARD, Alfred, Associate, 1930. Manager, Union Bank of 
Manchester, Ltd., 314 Deansgate. 

LEWIS, John Philip, Associate, 1938. Clerk, Medical Officer of Health's 
Dept., Manchester Corporation. 

MERRILL, Walter, Associate, 1936. Clerk, St. Mary's Hospital. 
NORTH, Herbert Richard, Fellow, 1931 . Secretary, Royal Eye Hospital. 
OODEN, George, Fellow, 1933. Lay Administrative Officer, Public 
Health Department. 

PACKER, Charles, O.B.E., Fellow, 1933. Secretary, The British Cotton 
Industry Research Association. 

RICHARDS, Norman, Associate, 1937. Lancashire County Council, 
Davyhulme. 

RIDER, Thomas Ringland, Associate, 1937. Clerk to the Bursar, 
Victoria University of Manchester. 

RIDGWAY, Norman, Associate, 1930. Manager, J. A. Ridgway & Co. 

ROBERTS, Douglas, Associate, 1938. Superintendent and Secretary, 
Manchester Victoria Memorial Jewish Hospital. 

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MANCHESTER contd. 

ROTHWELL, Stanley, Associate, 1933. Acting Secretary, Richard 
Whittaker, Ltd. 

ROWSON, Stanley, Associate, 1931. Cashier, Kay & Lee, Ltd. 
SAMPSON, Alwyn Tregelles, Fellow, 1938. Steward, Crumpsall Hospital. 

SCOTT, Arthur Wilkinson, Associate, 1927. Fellow, 1928. Senior Audit 
Clerk, Edwin Guthrie & Co. 

SIMPSON, Ernest Leslie, Fellow, 1933. Steward, Park Hospital, 
Davyhulme. * 

SMILEY, Sam, Fellow, 1927. Accountant and Office Manager, F. Hills 
& Sons, Ltd. 

SWINFIELD, Alfred Edward, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1935. Cashier 
and Accountant, The National Motor and Accident Insurance Co., 
Ltd.; Secretary, The Provident Motor and General Finance Cor- 
poration, Ltd. 

TONKS, Alice, Associate, 1934. Secretary, Barb Engineering Co., Ltd. 

TURNER, George, Associate, 1931. Fellow, 1935. Secretary, Manchester 
and District Branch of the Working Men's Club and Institute Union, 
Ltd. 

WALKER, Edwin Wilfred, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, B. & W. Patents, 
Ltd.; Secretary, Thomas Watts & Walker, Ltd. 

WARBRICK, HARRY, Associate 1 935. Secretary, A. Roberts & Co. 

WARBURTON, Ernest, Fellow, 1928. Director and Secretary, George 
Moritz, Ltd. Member of the Council. 

WATKINSON, William Hibbert, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Federation of 
Civil Engineering Contractors North- Western Section; Secretary, 
Federation of Employer's Association. 

WELLS, Percy, Fellow, 1934. Secretary, Goulburns, Ltd.; Secretary, 
Wilmslow Picture Palace (1931), Ltd. 

WHITE, William, Associate, 1929. Fellow, 1932. Branch Manager, 
Burnley Building Society. 

WHITEHEAD, William, Fellow, 1932. Senior Clerk, T. W. Popplewell 
& Sons. 

WILLIAMS, John Berwyn, Associate, 1935. Depot Accountant, The 
Chloride Electrical Storage Co., Ltd. 

WROE, Frederick, Associate, 1938. Chief Clerk, Adam Murray & Co. 

YATES, Harold, Associate, 1937. Assistant Secretary, Blucke Textile, 
Ltd. 

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MANSFIELD. Nottinghamshire. 

GREEN, Albert Frederick, Associate, 1936. Registrar, Notts Education 
Committee, County Technical College. 

MORLEY, George, Associate, 1931. Fellow, 1935. Clerk to the Secre- 
tary, Mansfield, Sutton and District Co-operative Society, Ltd. 

SMEDLEY, Walter Reginald, Associate, 1934. Second Clerk, Mansfield 
Education Authority. 

MAPPERLEY. Nottinghamshire. 

FENWICK, Richard Edward, Associate, 1925. 74 Sherwood Vale. 

MARCH. Cambridgeshire. 

FINCHAM, Fred, Associate, 1938. Secretary, March Estates, Ltd.; 

Secretary, A. E. Chaplain & Co., Ltd. 
MOORE, Harold, Associate, 1937. Managing Clerk, Larking, Larding 

& Whiting; Financial Secretary, March Nursing Home. 

MARGATE. Kent. 

MAYO, Arthur James, Associate, 1934. Fellow, 1938. Secretary, The 
Royal Sea Bathing Hospital. 

MARKET HARBOROUGH. Leicestershire. 

MOORE, Arthur Edward, Fellow, 1932. Chief Financial Officer and 

Assistant Clerk, Market Harborough Urban District Council. 
SMITH, Thomas Reginald, Associate, 1933. Accountant, Market Har- 
borough Rural District Council. 

MATLOGK. Derbyshire. 

MARRIOTT, Ernest, Fellow, 1932. Director and Secretary, F. H. Drabble 
& Sons, Ltd. 

MARYBOROUGH. Victoria, Australia. 

RANKINE, Austin Abercrombie, Fellow, 1931. Accountant, Maryborough 
Knitting Mills (Cuttie), Ltd. 

MATAFFIN. Eastern Transvaal, South Africa. 

SHEPPARD, Cyril Bernard, Associate, 1935. Secretary and Accountant, 
H. L. Hall & Sons, Ltd. 

MELBOURNE. Victoria, Australia. 

AUBREY, Alfred, Fellow, 1932. Managing Director, The Southern 
Cross Assurance Co., Ltd. 

CLARK, Allan Louis, Fellow, 1936. Victoria Buildings, 80 Swanston 
Street. 

GRIEVE, Thomas Gordon Scott, Associate, 1 93 1 . Secretary and Accoun- 
tant, Henry Francis (Wholesale) Pry., Ltd., and The Surgical 
Manufacturing Co. (Aust.) Pty., Ltd. 

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MELTON MOWBRAY. Leicestershire. 

BERRY, Edwin, Associate, 1936. Master, Melton Mowbray Infirmary 
(Leicester County Council). 

MIDDLESBROUGH. Yorkshire. 

ETHELL, William, Associate, 1937. Chief Clerk, Imperial Chemical 
Industries (Fertilizer and Synthetic Products), Ltd. 

HALES, Frederick, Fellow, 1932. Clerk and Steward, St. Luke's 
Hospital. 

KENYON, Gerald* Alfred, Fellow, 1936. Secretary-Superintendent, 
North Riding Infirmary. 

LOUKS, Ethel, Associate, 1937. Chief Clerk, Municipal Hospital, 
Linthorpe. 

WILKINSON, William Fry, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Dickson & Benson, 
Ltd. 



MDLDENHALL. 

NEVE, Arthur William, Fellow, 1930. Church Lane. 

MILLOM. Cumberland. 

KITGHIN, William Norman, Associate, 1936. Clerk of the Parish Council 
of Millom. 

MINSTER. Isle of Sheppey. 

BROWNING, Norman Frederick Ernest, Fellow, 1935. Accountant, 
Rating and Valuation Officer, Sheppey Rural District Council. 

JENKINS, Robert William, Associate, 1938. Assistant Accountant, 
Rating and Valuation Officer, Sheppey Rural District Council. 

MORECAMBE AND HEYSHAM. Lancashire. 

BROOME, Frank Pearson, Fellow, 1936. Secretary, Morcambe Elec- 
trical Equipment Co., Ltd. 

MORPETH. Northumberland. 

ARMSTRONG, Sidney, Associate, 1938. Clerk to Surveyor, Morpcth 
Rural District Council. 

MOSSLEY. Lancashire. 

BRACKEN, Eric Brown, Fellow, 1935. Accountant, Robert Hyde 
Buckley & Sons, Ltd. 

MOTHERWELL. Lanarkshire, Scotland. 

MclNTOSH, John Tweedie, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Hunt Nelson & 
Co., Ltd. 

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NAGPUR. India. 

DAGA, Kanhaiyalal, Fellow, 1935. Itwari, Central Province. 

KATRAK, Hormasji Dinshawji, B.Com., Fellow, 1937. Secretary, The 
Central Provinces Syndicate, Ltd. 

MASTER, Nityanand Pranjiwandas, Fellow, 1930. Secretary, Honour- 
able Sir Manackji B. Dadabhoy, K.C.S.I., K.C.I.E., Kt. 

NARBERTH. Pembrokeshire. 

GLYNNE-JONES, Caradog, Fellow, 1931. Deputy Clerk and Chief 
Financial Officer, Narberth Rural District Gquncil. 

NARBOROUGH. Leicestershire. 

DERRY, John Joseph, Fellow, 1938. Clerk to the Council, Rural Dis- 
trict Council of Blaby; Superintendent, Registrar of Births, 
Deaths and Marriages, Leicestershire County Council. 

RISEBOROUGH, Jack, Associate, 1938. Deputy Clerk to the Council, 
Blaby District Council. 

NETHERLANDS. Dutch East India. 

FLYNN, Adolphus John, Associate, 1934. Cable & Wireless, Ltd., 
Postwcg, Bataviacentrum-Java. 

NEW BARNET. Hertfordshire. 

SIMPSON, Gordon Leslie, Associate, 1934. Fellow, 1936. Chief Assistant 
to the Treasurer, East Barnet Urban District Council. 

NEWBURGH. Fife shire, Scotland. 

CLARK, George, Fellow, 1926. 22 High Street. 
NEWBURY. Berkshire. 

HOLDSTOCK, John Stuart, Fellow, 1936. Secretary, Newbury District 
Hospital. 

PARTRIDGE, Izett Helen, Associate, 1937. Secretary, C. G. Fowlie, Esq., 
P.A.S.I., F.A.I. 

NEWCASTLE ON TYNE. Northumberland. 

CURRY, Aaron Charlton, Fellow, 1923. Senior Partner, A. C. Curry 
&Co. 

DIXON, Alfred Thomas, Associate, 1938. Assistant to the Secretary, 
Reichwald (Newcastle), Ltd. 

HOLMES, Stanley, Fellow, 1937. Secretary, Tyneside Industrial 
Development Board. 

JACKSON, Thomas Richard, Fellow, 1938. Deputy Cashier, North- 
Eastern Electric Supply Co., Ltd. 

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JAMES, Louis, Associate, 1923. Fellow, 1927. 136 Brighton Grove. 
Member of the Council, 1927-1937. 

MATTHEWS, James, Associate, 1938. Steward, Newcastle on Tyne 
Corporation General Hospital. 

NICHOLS, Raymond, Associate, 1938. 162 Simonside Terrace, Heaton. 

ROBSON, Frank, Associate, 1933. Assistant Public Assistance Officer, 
Northumberland County Council, Public Assistance Committee. 

ROYLE, Allan Frederick, Associate, 1937. Clerk, Secretarial Dept., 
North Eastern glectric Supply Co., Ltd. 

SMITH, Richard Johnson, Associate, 1933. Secretary, Home Teaching 
Society for the Blind in Newcastle and Gatcshead. 

STEPHENSON, William Alan, Associate, 1938. Chief Clerk, Forster 
Scollick & Co. 

THOMPSON, Albert, Fellow, 1938. Senior Personal Assistant to the 
Secretary, North-Eastern Electric Supply Co., Ltd. 

TODD, Stanislaus, Associate, 1938. Clerk, Accounts Dept., Vickers- 
Armstrongs Engineering, Ltd. 

TOWE, John James, Associate, 1937. Personal Assistant to the Secre- 
tary, North-Eastern Electric Supply Co., Ltd. Member of the 
Council. 

WAKEFIELD, Frederick Stanley, Fellow, 1937. Area Public Assistance 
Officer, Durham County Council. 

WHILLANCE, Albert Signey, Associate, 1937. Secretary, Henry Moat 
& Son, Ltd. ; Secretary, Tynecraft Industries, Ltd. 

WHILLANCE, John Coatsworth, Associate, 1935. Secretary, Northum- 
berland Boy Scouts' Association. 

WILKENS, Frederick John Mouat, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, J. Bradburn 
& Co., Ltd. 

WILLIS, Gerald, Associate, 1937. Director and Secretary, Bede Electric 
Co., Ltd. 

YEATS, Joseph Henry, Associate, 1937. Accountant, North-Eastern 
Electric Supply Co., Ltd. 

NEWGASTLE-UNDER-LYME. Staffordshire. 

COOPER, Sidney Arthur, Associate, 1934. Clerk, Gas Department, 
Borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme. 

DODD, Arthur, Associate, 1936. Branch Manager, Leek and Moorlands 
Building Society. 

HEWITT, George James, Associate, 1934. Clerk, Borough Treasurer's 
Department. 

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NEW MALDEN. Sumy. 

SHEPHERD, Leslie Alfred William, Associate, 1930. Fellow, 1933. 101 
South Lane. 

NEWPORT, hie of Wight. 

CHEVERTON, Claude Victor, Associate, 1938. Chief Secretary and 
Accountant, Earl Yarborough Lodge of Oddfellows. 

CURRY, Ralph Sherwood, Fellow, 1936. Clerk and Steward Clerk to 
Committee, Isle of Wight County Mental Hospital. 

NEWPORT. Monmouthshire. 

COURTNEY, Leslie William, Associate, 1931. Secretary and Manager, 
Chapman & Dunn, Ltd. 

HARRIS, Lloyd, Associate, 1929. Secretary, Leatherlands, Newport, 
Ltd. 

TYSON, Henry James, Associate, 1928. Fellow, 1938. Secretarial and 
Accountancy Clerk, Electricity and Transport Department, County 
Borough of Newport (Mon.) Corporation. 

WILLIAMS, Ronald, Associate, 1937. Chief Clerk, Abertillery and 
District Water Board and the Western Valleys Sewerage Board. 

NEWTON MEARNS. Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

TIMOTHY, James Drummond, Fellow, 1935. District Clerk, First 
District Council (County of Renfrew). 

NEYLAND. Pembrokeshire. 

HOLDEN, Reginald John, Fellow, 1938. Clerk and Accountant, Ney- 
land Urban District Council. 

N'KANA. Northern Rhodesia, South Africa. 

ANNFIELD, Alexander Coupar, Associate, 1937. N'Charga Con- 
solidated Copper Mines, Ltd., Private Bag. 

NORBURY. Surrey. 

STEED, Robert Alexander, Fellow, 1933. 27 Briar Road, Pollards 
Hill South. 

NORTHAMPTON. Northamptonshire. 

CHAMBERLAIN, John, Associate, 1927. Superintendent and Secretary, 
Northamptonshire (Town & County) Association for the Blind. 

HOLLOWAY, Cecil Jack, Associate, 1934. Secretary, J. R. Harris, Ltd. 

KENNING, Frank Herbert Jones, Associate, 1935. Inspector, Union 
Assurance Society, Ltd. 

MORRIS, Reginald Percy, Fellow, 1938. Assistant Secretary, W. 
Barratt & Co., Ltd. 

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NORTHAMPTON. Northamptonshire contd. 

PHILLIPS, Cecil John, Fellow, 1938. Assistant to Chief Clerk, Northamp- 
ton Gaslight Company. 

SPARROW, Albert Edward, Associate, 1933. Chief Clerk, The 
Northampton Electric Light and Power Co., Ltd. 

STAFFERTON, Harold George, Associate, 1931. Fellow, 1935. 14 Baring 
Road, St. James. 

NORTH BROOMHILL. Northumberland. 

HENDERSON, Peter Burns, Associate, 1938. Assistant District Collector, 
North-Eastern Electric Supply Co., Ltd. 

NORTH SHIELDS. Northumberland. 

GEORGE, Norman, Associate, 1927. Fellow, 1931. Director and 
Secretary, The Coast Road Motor Co., Ltd. 

WELCH, Herbert William, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Smith's Dock Co., 
Ltd. 

NORTHWOOD. Middlesex. 

MASKELL, Horace Maclean, Fellow, 1937. Secretary, Northwood, 
Pinner and District Hospital. 

NORWICH. Norfolk. 

FORWARD, Francis David, Associate, 1937. "Red Roofs," Acle. 
RICHARDSON, Cyril Cecil, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Curl Bros., Ltd. 

UTTING, Sidney Francis, Associate, 1936. Assistant Secretary, May 
Gurney & Co., Ltd. 

NOTTINGHAM. Nottinghamshire. 

Fox, Vernon Giles, Fellow, 1935. Assistant, Chief Accountant's 
Department, Boots Pure Drug Co., Ltd. 

HODGE, Richard Charles, Associate, 1936. Clerk, H.M. Inspector of 
Taxes (Nottingham 7th District). 

KEEBLE, Lancelot, Associate, 1938. Assistant Secretary, Executors of 
Edwin Widdowson, Edwin Widdowson & Son. 

NICOL, William Allardyce, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, William Hollins 
& Co., Ltd. 

PALMER, Herbert, Fellow, 1937. Secretary, Auto-Slot Gas Meter Co. 
(1936), Ltd. 

WRAGG, Raymond Sutton, Associate, 1937. Statistical Clerk, Boots 
Pure Drug Co., Ltd. 

NUNEATON. Warwickshire. 

GWILLIAM, Harry Keith, Associate, 1936. Secretary-Superintendent, 
Nuneaton General Hospital. 

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OFFALY. Eire. 

MINNICK, Patrick, Associate, 1937. Assistant Secretary, Offaly Board 
of Health. 

OLDBURY. Worcestershire. 

GREATBATCH, Leslie Gordon, Associate, 1931. Fellow, 1935. Chief 
Clerk, Town Clerk's Office, Oldbury Borough Council. 

OLDHAM. Lancashire. 

BUCKLEY, John, Fellow, 1932. Confidential Clerk, Oldham Knitting 
Co., Ltd.; Secretary, The Association of Managers, Carders and 
Overlookers; Secretary, The Affiliation of Textile Mill Officials. 

CARO, James, Fellow, 1938. Principal, The Oldham Municipal School 
of Commerce. 

KNOTT, Thomas, Associate, 1938. Secretary and Cashier, House and 
Mill Co., Ltd. 

MERRICK, Arthur Lewin, Associate, 1937. 13 Clegg Street. 
SLATER, Wilfred Lawrence, Associate, 1927. 33 St. Thomas Street. 
OLD FLETTON. Northamptonshire. 

ASHTON, James Hart, Associate, 1928. Fellow, 1938. Collector and 

Deputy Rating and Valuation Officer, The Old Fletton Urban 

District Council. 

OLNEY. Buckinghamshire. 

ANDREWS, Edward William, Associate, 1937. Cashier and Accountant, 
J. W. & E. Sowman, Ltd. 

ONTARIO. Canada. 

JONES, William, Fellow, 1929. Secretary-Treasurer, Courtaulds 
(Canada), Ltd. 

ORMSKIRK. Lancashire. 

DAWSON, James, Fellow, 1937. Assistant Accountant, Rates Depart- 
ment, The West Lancashire Rural District Council. 

MAWDSLEY, James, Associate, 1936. Assistant Accountant, Ormskirk 
Urban District Council. 

RIGBY, William, Fellow, 1933. Accountant and Deputy Clerk, West 
Lancashire Rural District Council. 

THETLETHWAITE, Henry, Fellow, 1933. Clerk to the Council, West 
Lancashire Rural District Council. 

ORPINGTON. Kent. 

DOWERS, John Butler, Fellow, 1936. Superintendent, The Public 
Assistance Committee, Kent County Council, Orpington Institution. 

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ORSETT. Essex. 

GILLETT, Cornelius, Associate, 1938. Institution Master, Public 
Assistance Institution. 

OSWALDTWISTLE. Lancashire. 

HOPWOOD, William, Associate, 1938. Deputy Clerk of the Council, 
Oswaldtwistle Urban District Council. 

OTLEY. Yorkshire. 

LUCAS, Sidney Arthur, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1938. Secretary, The 
Yorkshire Lubricating Oil and Grease Trades' Association. 

OXFORD. Oxfordshire. 

GARDNER, Reginald Isbister, M.M., Fellow, 1937. Secretary, The 
Nuffield Hospitals' Endowment Trust. 

PAARL. Cape Province, South Africa. 

BLIGNAUT, Coenraad Hendrik, Associate, 1934. Assistant Town Clerk, 
Town Council of Paarl. 

HAHN, Hugo Hercules, Associate, 1936. Assistant, Town Clerk's 
Department, Municipality of Paarl. 

PARIS. France. 

SPENCER, Norman Ernest, Fellow, 1937. Secretary and Accountant, 
Canadian Pacific Railway (France), S/A. 

PARKGATE. Yorkshire. 

STEPHENSON, Arnold, Associate, 1936. Assistant Accountant, Raw- 
marsh Urban District Council. 

PENANG. Straits Settlements. 

CHEW, Chin Siew, Associate, 1934. Chief Stenographer, Henry Waugh 
& Co., Ltd. 

COOMBS, Andrew Barnaby, Associate, 1938. Clerk, Municipal Com- 
missioners, Municipality of George Town. 

DOUGLAS, Thomas Wilfred, J.P., Fellow, 1923. Secretary and 
Treasurer, Municipal Commissioner of George Town. 

KIONG, Cheah Inn, B.Com., Fellow, 1924. 19 Bishop Street. 

Oo, Khoo Khai, Associate, 1938. Secretary, Union Ice Factory Co., 
Ltd. 

POON, Khoo Choo, Associate, 1935. Clerk, Municipality of George 
Town. 

PENARTH. Glamorganshire. 

WEBBER, Alan, Fellow, 1932. 39 Coleridge Avenue, Cornerswell 
Garden. 

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PERTH. Perthshire. 

WATSON, James Allen, D.Sc., B.Gom., Fellow, 1923 5 Charlotte Street. 
Vice-President and Member of the Council. 



PETERBOROUGH. 

BARNES, Archibald, Fellow, 1930. Secretary, Peterborough Provincial 
Benefit Building Society. 

GROUND, William James, Associate, 1938. Senior Clerk, Stephenson, 
Smart & Co. 

HILLMAN, Dorothy Mary, Fellow, 1936. Accountant, Paten & Co. 
(Peterborough), Ltd. 9 

NICHOLS, Frederick Hector Macdonald, Associate, 1931. Senior Clerk, 
Peterborough and District Co-operative Society, Ltd. 

PETERSFIELD. Hampshire. 

BECKINGHAM, Edward, Fellow, 1937. Accountant, Mackarness & Lunt. 

PETWORTH. Sussex. 

WILLIAMS, John Harold Wilfred, Fellow, 1936. Secretary, The Laving- 
ton Stud. 

PINNER. Middlesex. 

POWELL, Francis Henry Willoughby, Associate, 1929. 1 10 Hill Road. 

PTTSFORD. Northamptonshire. 

LOCKHART, James Herbert, Fellow, 1929. "East Bank." 

PLYMOUTH. Devonshire. 

CASH, Arthur Raybould, Fellow, 1934. General Superintendent and 
Secretary, The South Devon and East Cornwall Hospital. 

SWAIN, Norman, Fellow, 1930. District Manager (Devon and Corn- 
wall), Halifax Building Society. 

URELL, William Wallis, Fellow, 1931. Secretary, Lockyer Street 
Section, Prince of Wales's Hospital. 

PONTEFRAGT. Yorkshire. 

DYSON, George William, Associate, 1936. Assistant in the Secretarial 
Department of the South Kirby, Featherstone and Hemsworth 
Collieries, Ltd. 

JONES, George Taylor, Associate, 1929. Assistant Secretary to the 
Borough of Pontefract Education Committee. 

PONTLOTTYN. Glamorganshire. 

LEWIS, Harry, Associate, 1930. School Attendance Officer, Glamorgan 
Education Committee. 

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PONTYCLUN. Glamorganshire. 

JONES, Vernon Gwyn, Associate, 1938. Assistant Secretary, The South 
Wales Tram Works (1929), Ltd. 

PEREGRINE, David John Morien, Fellow, 1934. Clerk of the Rural 
District Council of Llantrisant and Llantwit Fardre. 

PONTYPRIDD. Glamorganshire. 

HARRIS, George Ernest Bellamah, Fellow, 1924. Employment Officer 
(Finance Officer), Ministry of Labour. 

POOLE. Dorsetshir^ 

MAYLOR, Florence, Associate, 1934. Fellow, 1938. Almoner, The 
Cornelia and East Dorset Hospital. 

PORT ELIZABETH. Cape Province, South Africa. 

FOURIE, Philip Stanley, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1936. 3 Pearson 
Street. 

PORT GLASGOW. Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

McBRiDE, Hugh Crawford Boyle, Fellow, 1937. Town Treasurer's 
Assistant, Port Glasgow Town Council. 

PORTISHEAD. Somersetshire. 

KNOWLAND, Reginald George, Fellow, 1938. Clerk to the Portishcad 
Urban District Council. 

PORT TALBOT. Glamorganshire. 

DAVIES, Ben, Fellow, 1930. Assistant Secretary, Robert B. Byass & Co., 
Ltd. 

PORTSMOUTH. Hampshire. 

CLARK, Charles Henry, Fellow, 1936. Secretary, John Lay & Co. 
(Portsmouth), Ltd.; Director and Secretary, Modern Neon Sign 
Publicity, Ltd. 

COUZENS, Dorothy Glair, Associate, 1936. 3 Victoria Crescent, 
Bradford Road Junction. 

FARMER, Sidney Charles, Fellow, 1929. Company Managing Director, 
Blake & Partners, Ltd. 

FENDER, Alfred, Associate, 1936. Senior Assistant to Collector of 
Public Assistance Moneys, Portsmouth Corporation. 

GAYLARD, Alec Gordon, Associate, 1929. 21 King's Terrace. 

HIGGINS, Sydney Frederick, Associate, 1938. Assistant Steward, St. 
Mary's Hospital. 

HUTCHINOS, Arthur Stanley, Associate, 1937. Senior Clerk, St. Mary's 
Hospital. 

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PORTSMOUTH. Hampshire contd. 

NICHOLS, Thomas Basil Valentine, Fellow, 1938. Steward, St. Mary's 
Hospital. 

STROUD, Horatio, Fellow, 1936. Secretary and Manager, City of 
Portsmouth, Southsea Beach and Publicity Committee. 

PRESTON. Lancashire. 

CURRIE, John Drinnan, Associate, 1935. Secretary, Somie, Ltd. 

MORGAN, George Watson, Associate, 1933. Fellow, 1936. Secretary, 
R. Seed & Sons. 

PUDSEY. Yorkshire. 

WILSON, Fred, Associate, 1937. Secretary, Samuel Cordingley, Ltd. 

PURFLEET. Essex. 

WEST, Phyllis Margery, Associate, 1934. Secretary and General 
Assistant to the Assistant Managing Director of the Thames Board 
Mills. 

QUEENSFERRY. Cheshire. 

LOCKLEY, Harold Sidney, Associate, 1938. Secretary, Queensferry & 
District Co-operative Society. 

RABAUL. Territory of New Guinea. 

HUNTLEY, William Rouel, Associate, 1928. C/o M. M. Society. 

RAMSBOTTOM. Lancashire. 

BELLB, Frank, Fellow, 1936. Deputy Clerk and Accountant to the 
Council, Ramsbottom Urban District Council. 

RAMSGATE. Kent. 

MARKS, Harold Aubrey, Fellow, 1928. Secretary, W. W. Martin. 

RAWTENSTALL. Lancashire. 

MADEN, Harry, Associate, 1936. Secretary-Cashier, The Rawtenstall 
Bleaching Co., Ltd. 

READING. Berkshire. 

NASH, Alan Walter, Fellow, 1935. Secretary and Bursar, Leighton 
Park Trust. 

REDCAR. Yorkshire. 

FOULKES, George, Associate, 1936. Deputy Borough Treasurer and 
Accountant, Borough of Redcar. 

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REDHILL. Surrey. 

LUXFORD, Kenneth George Thomas, Associate, 1938. Assistant Steward) 
Redhill County Hospital, Surrey County Council. 

RETFORD. Nottinghamshire. 

GAY, Robert Leighton, Associate, 1936. Deputy Clerk and Accountant, 
East Retford Rural District Council. 

RHYL. Flintshire. 

DA VIES, Arthur Henry, Associate, 1930. 35 High Street. 
RICKMANSWOR7H. Hertfordshire. 

Powell, Herbert Edward, Fellow, 1929. 233 High Street. 
ROCHDALE. Lancashire. 

NICHOLS, Herbert, Associate, 1935. Agent, Prudential Assurance Co., 

Ltd. 

OGDEN, Arnold, Associate, 1932. Assistant Secretary, The Townhead 
Mill Co., Ltd. 

ROMFORD. Essex. 

BUTCHER, Councillor George William, Associate, 1936. Local Manager, 
Woolwich Equitable Building Society. 

WINGHAM, Percival Herbert, Fellow, 1931. 205 South Street. 
ROTHERHAM. Yorkshire. 

BISHOP, John Alfred, Associate, 1937. Assistant Master, Alma Road 
Institution, Rotherham Corporation. 

CHARLES, Edgar, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, British Automatic Refrigera- 
tors (1936), Ltd. 

ROTHWELL. Yorkshire. 

TYLER, John, Associate, 1938. Clerk to the Hospital, St. George's 
Infirmary, Leeds City Council. 

RUABON. Denbighshire, Scotland. 

DAVIES, Howell Lloyd, Fellow, 1938. Company Secretary, The Ruabon 
Brick and Terra Cotta Co., Ltd. 

RUGBY. Warwickshire. 

COCKBURN, William, D.S.O., M.C., Fellow, 1937. Superintendent and 
Secretary, Hospital of St. Cross. 

RUNCORN. Cheshire. 

DARLINGTON, Reginald, Associate, 1937. Clerk in the Clerk and 

Accountant's Department, Runcorn Urban District Council. 
HOWARD, John, Fellow, 1938. Clerk and Accountant, Runcorn Urban 
District Council. 

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RUSHDEN. Northamptonshire. 

BRADSHAW, Leonard Walter, Fellow, 1935. Secretary, John White 
(Impregnable Boots), Ltd., Higham Ferrers. 

SADDLEWORTH. Yorkshire. 

GLASSPOOL, Arthur Bertram, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1935. Clerk and 
Chief Financial Officer of the Council, Saddleworth Urban District 
Council, Uppermill, Nr. Oldham. 

SAFFRON WALDEN. Essex. 

NELSON, Charles William, Fellow, 1934. Clerk to the Council, Saffron 
Walden Rural District Council. 

SALE. Cheshire. 

POLLOCK, John, Associate, 1932. Fellow, 1936. Secretary, E. E. 
Coleman, Ltd. 

SALFORD. Lancashire. 

BOWEN, Vernon, Associate, 1930. Clerk, Electricity Department, 
Corporation of Salford. 

HANKINS, Cyril Arthur Andrew, Fellow, 1938. Steward, Hope Hospital. 

HEYWOOD, Harry Cecil, Associate, 1931. Assistant Accountant, 
Frederick Smith & Co. 

NUTTALL, Albert Ralph, Associate, 1935. Branch Manager, Manches- 
ter and Salford Savings Bank. 

SALISBURY. Wiltshire. 

BIGWOOD, Stanley Narcissus, Fellow, 1933. Secretary, Amesbury 
Electric Light and General Supply Co., Ltd. 

SANDBAGH. Cheshire. 

SKEATH, Arthur Molyneux, Fellow, 1934. Clerk and Accountant to the 
Council, Sandbach Urban District Council. 

SASKATOON. Saskatchewan, Canada. 

TOMLINSON, Mordaunt Cecil, Fellow, 1936. City Clerk, City of 
Saskatoon. 

SCARBOROUGH. Yorkshire. 

OUTHET, Arthur George, Associate, 1929. 2 Westborough. 

WEBB, Eric, Fellow, 1935. Secretary and Manager, Scarborough and 
District Plate Glass Mutual Insurance Co. 

SdSSETT. Yorkshire. 

SENIOR, William Herbert, Associate, 1927. Secretary, Edward Black- 
burn, Ltd. 

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SCONE. Perthshire. 

GETTY, Andrew, Fellow, 1937. Secretary, G. Dempster & Son. 
SCUNTHORPE. Lincolnshire. 

TURTLE, George Fred, Associate, 1935. Accountant-Cashier, R. A. C. 
Symcs & Co. 

SEAFORD. Sussex. 

MORGAN, Frederick Rowland, Fellow, 1938. Clerk of the Council, 
Seaford Urban District Council. 

SEISDON. Staffordshire. 

SMITH, Frederick Benjamin, Associate, 1932. Accountant, Seisdon 
Rural District Council, Wombourne, Nr. Wolverhampton. 

SENEKAL. Orange Free State, South Africa. 

MOYSES, William George Paul, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Senekal 
Co-operative Agricultural Co., Ltd. 

SHEFFIELD. Yorkshire. 

ARMSTRONG, Alan Kenneth, Fellow, 1929. Accountant and Secretary, 
Henry Wigfall & Son, Ltd. 

BISHOP, George William, Fellow, 1932. Cashier and Chief Clerk, 
S. H. Ward & Co., Ltd. 

COOPER, Thomas, Associate, 1938. Clerk, Ministry of Labour. 

DOVE, Stanley Charles, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, George Bassett & 
Co., Ltd.; Secretary, Samuel M.Johnson & Sons, Ltd.; Secretary, 
The Don Confectionery Co., Ltd. 

HADEN, John Birkhead, Associate, 1937. Secretary to Vice-Chairman, 
Newton Chambers & Co., Ltd., ThornclifTe. 

HALL, Cyril Gordon, Associate, 1929. Secretary and Director, A. E. 
Gould & Son, Ltd. 

JONES, Herbert, Associate, 1932. Chief Clerk and Cashier, Sheffield 
United Tours, Ltd. 

LORD, Samuel, Associate, 1934. Assistant Secretary, The Sheffield 
Royal Hospital. 

MORWOOD, Percival Harry, Associate, 1938. Assistant to Secretary, 
English Steel Corporation, Ltd. 

STRATFORD, Gerald, Fellow, 1935. Senior Master, Chelmsford Junior 
Technical School, West Riding County Council, Dinnington. 

WRAY, George Linton, Associate, 1928. Fellow, 1932. Manager and 
Secretary, John Richdale & Co., Ltd. 

YOUNG, Arthur, Associate, 1928. Arthur Young & Co. 
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SHREWSBURY. Shropshire. 

GEORGE, Denis Charles, Associate, 1935. Buyer, The Chatwood Safe 
Co., Ltd. 

GIBBINS, John Henry, Associate, 1936. Chief Accountant and Office 
Manager, Vincent Greenhous; High Speed Tyre Services, Ltd. 

NEWTON, John Victor, Fellow, 1938. First Assistant (Tithe Depart- 
ment), Balfour & Cooke. 

SILVERDALE. Staffordshire. 

CASTLE, Richard, Associate, 1924. Fellow, 193!. Assistant Secretary, 
Co-operative Society, Ltd. 

SINGAPORE. Straits Settlements. 

ANN, Ong Soon, Associate, 1934. Superintending Clerk, Treasurer's 
Department, The Municipal Commissioners. 

MACINTOSH, James, Associate, 1929. Fellow, 1933. Accountant, 
Posts and Telegraphs. 

TAN, Sim Hong, Associate, 1934. Fellow, 1938. Chief Clerk, Municipal 
Electricity Department. 

SITXINGBOURNE. Kent. 

GOLDSMITH, Councillor Ralph John, Associate, 1924. Fellow, 1928. 
24 Connaught Road. 

WELLS, Alec Swinford, Associate, 1936. Clerk, The Associated Port- 
land Cement Manufacturers, Ltd. 

SKELMERSDALE. Lancashire. 

MATHER, James, Fellow, 1937. Chief Clerk, Skelmersdale Industrial 
Co-operative Society, Ltd. 

SKEWEN. Glamorganshire. 

LLEWELLYN, Frederick Thomas, Associate, 1929. 34 Park Drive, 
Lonlas. 



SMETHWICK. 

MASSEY, Owen, Fellow, 1927. Transport Manager, Scribbans & Co., 
Ltd. 

SOUTHALL. Middlesex. 

FRANKHAM, William George Lee, Associate, 1938. Assistant Secretary, 

Taylor Woodrow Estates, Ltd. 

HOLT, Arthur, Fellow, 1938. Secretary and Director, The Grown Cork 
Co., Ltd. 

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SOUTHALL. Middlesex contd. 

OLORENSHAW, Leslie, Associate, 1936. Secretary, Taylor Woodrow 
Estates, Ltd. 

SOUTHAMPTON. Hampshire. 

COWLEY, Hugh, Associate, 1933. Fellow, 1936. Head of Outward 
Freight Department, Royal Mail Lines, Ltd. 

DAWES, Stanley Sidney, Associate, 1925. Fellow, 1928. Managing 
Director and Secretary, Munn & Underwood, Ltd. 

SOUTHEND-ON-SEA. Essex. 

BUNTON, James Cyril, Associate, 1935. Borough Engineer's Secretary, 
County Borough of Southend-on-Sea. 

WATSON, Frederick Ernest, Associate, 1938. Registrar, Southend 
Waterworks Company. 

SOUTHPORT. Lancashire. 

HALSALL, George Stephen, Associate, 1934. 60 Eastbourne Road, 
Birkdalc. 

SOUTH SHIELDS. Co. Durham. 

BERKELY, Thomas, Fellow, 1938. Cashier, Tyne Dock Engineering 
Co., Ltd. 

CARR, James Hunter, Associate, 1927. Fellow, 1932. 109 Westoe 
Road. 

ELTRINGHAM, Alfred, Junr., Fellow, 1930. Assistant Secretary, South 
Shields Royal Permanent Building Society. 

FOSTER, Charles, Fellow, 1929. Partner in Charge of Office and Stores, 
Faulard & Fosters. 

JOHNSON, Fred, M.S.M., Fellow, 1936. Master of Harton Institution, 
County Borough Council. 

ROBSON, William, Fellow, 1930. Secretary, The Tyne Dock Engineer- 
ing Co., Ltd. 

SOUTHWELL. Nottinghamshire. 

THOMPSON, George William, Associate, 1938. General Clerk, Southwell 
Rural District Council. 

SPILSBY. Lincolnshire. 

CULLINGTON, John Herbert, Associate, 1938. Institution Master, County 
Council of the Parts of Undsey, Lincoln. 

LITTLER, Eric Arthur, Associate, 1937. Deputy Clerk and Financial 
Officer, Spilsby Rural District Council. 

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ST. ALBANS. Hertfordshire. 

FOSTER, Leonard Frederick, Fellow, 1937. Director, Metropolitan 
College, Ltd. 

ROBERTS, Clifford Dryhurst, Fellow, 1937. Assistant to Secretary, 
Metropolitan College. 

SEABORNE, Marian Arabella Inez, M.A., Associate, 1937. Editorial 
Assistant, Metropolitan College. 

THOMAS, Dr. Samuel Evelyn, B.Com., Fellow, 1937. Director of 
Studies, Metropolitan College. 

ST. ANDREWS. Jamaica. 

HALDANE-ROBERTSON, Langton George Duncan, Associate, 1938. 
Historical Archivist, Colonial Government of Jamaica. 

ST. FVES. Cornwall. 

RAINEY-EDWARDS, William, Fellow, 1938. Town Clerk, St. Ives 
Corporation. 



ST. JOHNS. Newfoundland. 
JELSON, James Andrew, 
The Newfoundland Butter Co, 



NELSON, James Andrew, Associate, 1935. Accountant and Secretary, 
~ ~ ' " i., Ltd. 



ST. HELENS. Lancashire. 

ASHWORTH, Ross Spencer, Associate, 1938. Department Organiser, 
Gamble Technical Institute. 

STAFFORD. Staffordshire. 

PHARO, John Henry, Fellow, 1937. Assistant Chief Cashier, The 
English Electric Co., Ltd. 

STALYBRIDGE. Cheshire. 

THORNLEY. Spencer, Associate, 1936. Clerk, Cost Department, Staly- 
bridge, Hyde, Mossley and Dukinfield Joint Tramways and 
Electricity Board. 

STANDISH. Lancashire. 

RICHARDS, John Henry, Fellow, 1932. "Deyne Bank," Wigan Road. 

STEVENSON. Ayrshire. 

MARSHALL, Adam, Associate, 1937. Cost Accountant, Imperial 
Chemical Industries, Ltd. (Nobel's Explosives Co., Ltd.). 

MATHEW, David Milligen, Associate, 1938. Cost Accountant, Nobel's 
Explosives Co. (I.C.I.), Ltd. 

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STOGKPORT. Cheshire. 

CLARKE, John Henry, Fellow, 1938. Director, General Manager and 
Secretary, Chapel, Whaley and District Gas Co. 

NIGHTINGALE, Norman, Associate, 1926. 8 Moorfield Grove, Heaton 
Moor. 

STOCKTON-ON-TEES. Co. Durham. 

BAINBRIDGE, John Henry, Fellow, 1927. Assistance Officer, Unemploy- 
ment Assistance Board. 

BARKER, Percy Lancastle, Associate, 1931. Accountant, F. Tyson 
Hodgson & Co. 

STOKE-ON-TRENT. Staffordshire. 

BEESTON, Kenneth, Associate, 1930. 19 Grove Place, Shelton. 

BOULTON, Frank Wilson, Associate, 1937. Director, Biltons (1912), 
Ltd. 

LAKIN, Charles Edward, Fellow, 1934. Assistant Secretary, Stoke-on- 
Trent Trade Protection Society, Ltd. 

LOWNDES, Clarence Edward, Associate, 1938. Secretary, The Burslem 
Haywood and Tunstall War Memorial Hospital. 

MILES, Wilfred, Associate, 1935. Municipal Clerk (Town Clerk's 
Dept.), Stokc-on-Trent City Council. 

STOKESLEY. Yorkshire. 

POTTS, Henry Wynne, Fellow, 1938. Clerk and Rating and Valuation 
Officer, Stokesley Rural District Council. 

STONE. Staffordshire. 

CARR, Robert Hugh, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, John Joule & Sons, 
Ltd. 

GASKIN, Ivan George, Fellow, 1938. Clerk and Finance Officer, Stone 
Rural District Council. 

STRATFORD-ON-AVON. Warwickshire. 

WATKINS, Lewis Morgan, Associate, 1936. Clerk, National Farmers' 
Union Mutual Insurance Society, Ltd. 

STREET. Somersetshire. 

FITTON, Cyril, Fellow, 1932. Clerk and Accountant of the Council, 
Street Urban District Council; Secretary, Street and District Allot- 
ment Society, Ltd. 

STROUD. Gloucestershire. 

WHITE, Edward John, Fellow, 1937. Secretary, Seaspa Hotels Limited; 
Chief Clerk, Stroud Building Society. 

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SUDBURY. Suffolk. 

MICHELWRIGHT, William John, Associate, 1935. Secretary, W. T. 
Reddell, Ltd. 

SUNDERLAND. Co. Durham. 

POTTER, George William Henry, Fellow, 1924. 14 Broadmeadows. 

SUTTON. Surrey. 

CASE, Vance Leonard, Associate, 1929. Fellow 1938. Tax Officer, 
Higher Grade, Board of Inland Revenue. 

GRAY, Walter James, Fellow, 1930. Secretary, button Mutual Benefit 
Building Society. 

ODDY, Stanley Douglas, Fellow, 1930. Secretary, Surrey Motors, Ltd. 
SUTTON COLDFIELD. Warwickshire. 

Cox, William Francis, Fellow, 1929. Director and Secretary, Prices 
Electrical Supplies, Ltd. 

OAKLEY, Cyril Walter, Associate, 1932. Works Accountant, The 
Streetly Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 

SUTTON IN ASHFIELD. Nottinghamshire. 

DENHAM, Henry, Associate, 1936. Costing Accountant, T. & R. Morley, 
Ltd. 

SWANLEY. Kent. 

STOKES, Frederick Murray, Fellow, 1936. Secretary, A. T. Miller 
(Swanley), Ltd. 

SWANSEA. Glamorganshire. 

BELL, Charles Leslie, Associate, 1935. 6 Wind Street. 

DAVIES, Noah Lewis, Fellow, 1933. Secretary, Chamber of Trade, 
Pontardawe. 

HONBROOK, Edward, Associate, 1933. Sergeant and Assistant Chief 
Clerk, County Borough of Swansea. 

LUCKWELL, Edwin Cecil, Associate, 1932. Managing Director, E. C. 
Luckwell, Ltd. 

MILLER, Charles, Hugh, Associate, 1934. Assistant Audit Clerk, 
Borough Treasurer's Department, Swansea Corporation. 

WILLIAMS, John Reynold, Associate, 1938. 9 Windsor Street, Uplands. 
SWINDON. Wiltshire. 

LEWIS, William John, Associate, 1933. Fellow, 1936. Chief Clerk 

and Assistant Secretary, Great Western Railway Medical Fund 

Society. 

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SWINDON. Wiltshire contd. 

LINTERN, Cyril Edward George, Associate, 1935. Accounts Clerk, 
Great Western Railway Medical Fund Society. 

NEAVE, William Henry, Fellow, 1934. Secretary, North Wilts Equitable 
Building Society. 

SMITH, Thomas Harold, Fellow, 1937. General Secretary, New Swindon 
Industrial Co-operative Society, Ltd. 

SWINTON. Lancashire. 

BRIGKNELL, Robert, Associate, 1930. Assistant Director of Education, 
Borough of Swiitton and Pendlebury. 

SYDNEY. New South Wales, Australia. 

ASH, Percy Arthur, Fellow, 1933. Editor, The Dental Journal of 
Australia, and Lecturer, University of Sydney. 

HENNIKER, Reginald Hector, Associate, 1932. Sub- Accountant, 
General Post Office. 

KYLE, Norman Clann, Associate, 1928. "Montrose," Floss Street, 
Hurlstone Park. 

USSHER, Claude Beverly, Associate, 1936. Accountant, Hemingway & 
Robertson, Pty., Ltd. 

WALSHE, Richard, Fellow, 1937. Managing Director, Domara Estates, 
Ltd. 

WEBSTER, Harry George Service, J.P., Fellow, 1930. "Vola," 61 
Perry Street, Leichhard. 

TADCASTER. Totkshire. 

BLAKELEY, Herbert, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Firth Blakeley, Sons & 
Co., Ltd. 

TAMWORTH. Staffordshire. 

DENNIS, Samuel Roy, Associate, 1938. Assistant in Town Clerk's 
Department, Tamworth Borough Council. 

TAUNTON. Somersetshire. 

FEE, Alfred George, Associate, 1938. Local Government Officer, 
Somerset County Council. 

TAVISTOCK. Devonshire. 

JOLLIFFE, Jeanette Pearl Mary, Fellow, 1938. Clerk and Almoner, 
Tavistock Hospital, Devon. , 

TAVOY. Burma. 

DAN, U. Ba., Fellow, 1933. Secretary, Tavoy Municipality. 
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TEL AVIV. Palestine. 

GEWISGOLD, Moshe, Associate, 1938. Secretary and Chief Accountant, 
. Lewin Epstein, Ltd. 

THIRSK. Yorkshire. 

HAWORTH, James, Associate, 1937. Secretary, Thirsk Gas Go. 
THORNTON HEATH. Surrey. 

Lurz, Harold, Associate, 1934. Steward's Clerk, Croydon Corporation, 
Mayday Hospital. 

THUREES. Co. Tipper ary. 

MEACHER, John Francis, Fellow, 1932. Secretary, Tipperary N.R. 
Board of Health and Public Assistance, County Home. 

TORQUAY. Devonshire. 

BOND, Frank, Associate, 1937. Lecturer, South Devon Technical 

College. 
FRENCH, Reginald Hamilton, Fellow, 1938. Managing Clerk, Kenny & 

Co., Solicitors. 
SHAWGROSS, Arthur James, B.A. (Com.) Associate, 1931. Lecturer, 

South Devon Technical College. 

TOTTENHAM. Middlesex. 

COOPER, Henry Hines, Associate, 1933. Accountancy Assistant, Borough 

Treasurer's Department, Corporation of Tottenham. 
MILLWARD, Roy Cuddeford, Associate, 1936. Assistant Director, The 

Prince of Wales's General Hospital. 
TAYLOR, Stanley Miller, Associate, 1931. Fellow, 1935. Secretary and 

Accountant, H. Webb & Co. (Engineers), Ltd. 

TOTTINGTON. Lancashire. 

HOLT, Harold, Fellow, 1938. Clerk to the Council, Tottington Urban 
District Council. 

TRICfflNOPOLY. South India. 

SRINIVASAN, V. K., Associate, 1934. Secretary and Manager, The South 
India Railway Co-operative Stores Society, Ltd. 

TRIGHUR. Cochin State, South India. 

MENON, Elamana Narayanan Krishna, Associate, 1927. Fellow, 1935. 
Private Secretary to His Highness the Elaya Raja of Cochin. 

TUNSTALL. Staffordshire. 

GROVES, Leslie Parker, Associate, 1932. Assistance Officer, Unemploy- 
ment Assistance Board. 

GRIFFITHS, Norman, Fellow, 1925. Trinity Chambers. 
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TWICKENHAM. Middlesex. 

JAMES, Frederick Gordon, Associate, 1937. Clerk, Borough Accoun- 
tant's Department, Twickenham Borough Council. 

UMTATA. Cape Province, South Africa. 

BEVAN, Charles Ernest, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Sir Henry Elliot 
Hospital. 

UPTON-ON-SEVERN. Worcestershire. 

JAGGER, James Arthur, Associate, 1938. Clerk to the Air Raid Precau- 
tions Committee. 

VANCOUVER. British Columbia, Canada. 

MURRAY, John Vincent, Associate 1935. Fellow, 1935. Branch Manager, 
The Standard Life Assurance Company. 

VRYBURG. Cape Province, South Africa. 

ANDERSON, William Alfred, J.P., Fellow, 1929. Secretary and Joint 
Manager and Director, Brown Rayner & Co., Ltd. 

WAKEFIELD. Yorkshire. 

ANDERSON, Clifford, Associate, 1924. Assistant Divisional Clerk for 
Education, West Riding County Council. 

COATES, Sam Atkinson, Associate, 1928. Chief Clerk, Wakefield 
Borough Co-operative Society, Ltd. 

GILL, Lister, Associate, 1934. Assistant, The Power Petroleum Co., 
Ltd. 

PRIESTLEY, Charles Leslie, Associate, 1934. Austin House, Westgate. 

WALKDEN. Lancashire. 

BOND, Harold, Associate, 1932. Deputy Clerk and Chief Financial 
Officer, Worsley Urban District Council. 

WALLASEY. Cheshire. 

CORBETT, Henry, Associate, 1938. Clerk, Wallasey Corporation Motor 
Bus Department. 

FORSYTH, Robert Gilmore, Fellow, 1938. Accountant and Registrar, 
The British Plaster Board, Ltd. 

SMITH, Kenneth James, Fellow, 1930. 3 Greasby Road. 

WALLSEND. Northumberland. 

HUMBLE, Frederick, Associate, 1937. 4 Queens Terrace. 
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WALSALL. Staffordshire. 

BRITTAIN, Thomas George, Associate, 1938. Commerce Master, Elmore 
Green Central School. 

DILCOCK, James Louis Christian, LL.M., D.P.A., Associate, 1935. 
Assistant Solicitor, Walsall Corporation. 

RUDDLE, Edward Denney, Fellow, 1937. Secretary, Crabtree Elec- 
trical Industries, Ltd. 

WALTHAMSTOW. Essex. 

FINLAY, Samuel, B.Sc. (Hons.), Associate, 1935. Commerce Master, 
The William Morris Boys' Central School. 

HARDING, Leslie William, Associate, 1934. Fellow, 1938. Secretary, 
Shern Hall Institute, Waldham Lodge. 

HARMER, Clement Robert, Associate, 1938. Assistant (Town Clerk's 
Department), Walthamstow Corporation. 

HARRIS, Frederick, Associate, 1932. Works Accountant, Duroglass, Ltd. 

WARRINGTON. Lancashire. 

BOOT, Henry Laurence, Associate, 1938. Superintendent and Secre- 
tary, Warrington Infirmary and Dispensary. 

DRYSDALE, William Taylor Walker, Associate, 1936. The Byrom Paint 
& Varnish Co., Ltd. 

HOWARD, Edward Kenneth, Associate, 1938. Steward's Clerk, Borough 
General Hospital. 

PIDGEON, Arthur Francis, Associate, 1936. Steward, Borough 
General Hospital. 

PRIDDEN, Herbert, Associate, 1938. Steward's Clerk, Borough General 
Hospital. 

WARWICK. Warwickshire. 

WARNE, Charles Henry, Associate, 1938. Secretary and Accountant, 
Constant Speed Airscrews, Ltd.; Secretary and Accountant, V.D.M. 
Spinners, Ltd. 

WASHINGTON. Co. Durham. 

ANDERSON, Matthew, Fellow, 1938. Clerk to the Council, Washington 
Urban District Council. 

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WATFORD. Hertfordshire. 

FLETCHER, Thomas Henry, Associate, 1931. Superintendent-Secretary, 
Watford and District Peace Memorial Hospital. 



TILL, Alfred George, Associate, 1928. Fellow, 1934. Master and 
Superintendent of County Institutions, Hertfordshire County 
Council. 

WEALDSTONE. Middlesex. 

CRADOGK, Alec Frank, Associate, 1938. Secretary, Wealdstone 
Joinery Works,Ltd.; Secretary, Gourtenay Property Co., Ltd. 

WELLINGBOROUGH. Northamptonshire. 

JUDD, Mary Elizabeth, Associate, 1933. 50 Lister Road. 

WELLINGTON. New Zealand. 

HALL, Francis Edwin, Associate, 1930. Secretary, Sharland & Co., 
Ltd. 

RETALLICK, Lancelot John, Fellow, 1934. Chief Clerk, Traffic 
Manager's Office, Wellington Harbour Board. 

WELWYN GARDEN CITY. Hertfordshire. 

CHEW, John Alexander, Associate, 1932. Secretary, B.C.R. Factories, 
Ltd. 

WEMBLEY. Middlesex. 

CLAYTON, Eric, Associate, 1938. Accountant, Amusement Equipment 
Co., Ltd. 

WEST BROMWIGH. Staffordshire. 

ADAMS, Charles John, Fellow, 1938. House Governor and Secretary, 
West Bromwich and District General Hospital (Incorporated). 

GREEN, Ernest George, Associate, 1938. Senior Clerk, Legal Depart- 
ment, Town Clerk's Office. 

STEVENSON, John Bailey Le Che, Associate, 1929. Company Secretary, 
Jensen Motors, Ltd. 

WEST HARTLEPOOL. Durham. 

JACKSON, William Robert, Associate, 1931. Fellow, 1935. Assistant 

Accountant, Hartlepool Gas and Water Co. 
WOODRUFF, Thomas Henry, Associate, 1936. 10 Hart Road. 
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WESTON-SUFER-MARE. Somersetshire. 

O'CoNNELL, Patrick Dominic, Fellow, 1938. Secretary and Manager, 
United Billposting Co., Ltd.; Jestey Billposting Co., Ltd.; Taunton 
Billposting Co., Ltd. 

WETHERBY. Tor ks hi re. 

POPKINS, Gwynfor Owen, Associate, 1935. Institution Master, Public 
Assistance Committee, West Riding County Council. 

WEYBRIDGE. Surrey. 

GIBSON, Henry Fred, Fellow, 1930. Secretary, Brooklands Flying Club, 
Ltd. 

WHTTEFIELD. Lancashire. 

HOWARTH, Walter, Fellow, 1928. Secretary, Hall Brothers (Whitefield), 
Ltd. 

PORTER, Charles Frederick, Fellow, 1935. Clerk to the Council, 
Whitefield Urban District Council. 

WfflTSTABLE. Kent. 

COLEMAN, Stanley William, Associate, 1937. Committee and General 
Clerk, Whitstablc Urban District Council. 

HAYNES, Frederick John, Associate, 1937. Acting Clerk of the Council, 
Whitstable Urban District Council. 

WHirilNGHAM. Lancashire. 

WILLIAMS, Harry Hartley, Associate, 1933. Assistant Clerk and Steward, 
The Lancashire County Mental Hospital. 

WIDNES. Lancashire. 

BOOTH, Henry, Fellow, 1930. Director and Secretary, Satinite, Ltd. 

WIGAN. Lancashire. 

BROMLEY, Frank Thomas, Fellow, 1932. Chief Cost, Stores and Wages 
Clerk, Borough Treasurer's Department, Accountancy Section, 
Wigan County Borough Council. 

CLOUGH, Alfred, Associate, 1936. Accounting and Rating and Valua- 
tion Officer, Abram Urban District Council, Abram. 

GASKELL, Robert, Associate, 1935. Assistant Clerk and Accountant, 
Wigan Rural District Council. 

WILLESDEN. Middlesex. 

FROGOATT, Harold Aubrey, Fellow, 1930. Secretary, Willesden General 
Hospital. 

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WIMBLEDON. Surrey. 

YOUNG, David, Fellow, 1938. Principal, The Rapid Results College, 
Ltd. 

WINCHESTER. Hampshire. 

WYNTER-CROSS, Ernest, Associate, 1934. Superintendent of Births, 
Marriages and Deaths, and Clerk to the Guardians Committee, 
Winchester Area, Hants County Council. 

WINSLOW. Buckinghamshire. 

LACEY, Ernest Jatnes, Fellow, 1938. Clerk to the Council, Winslow 
Rural District Council. 

WIRRAL. Cheshire. 

POOLE, Frank Reginald, Fellow, 1938. Clerk to the Council, Neston 
Urban District Council. 

PRICE, Florence Mitchley, Associate, 1930. 41 Bickerton Avenue 
Higher Bebington. 



WISBEGH. 

SPITTLEHOUSE, Kenneth, Associate, 1933. Secretary and Accountant, 
North Cambridgeshire Hospital. 

WOLTON, Samuel, Fellow, 1933. Superintendent Rating and Valua- 
tion Officer, Marsland Rural District Council. 

WOLVERHAMPTON. Staffordshire. 

BOWKLEY, Arthur Cyril, Fellow, 1935. Senior Accounting and Secre- 
tarial Clerk (Accounts Dept.), The Birmingham Chamber of 
Commerce (Inc.). 

EVANS, Reginald Kenneth, Associate, 1938. Assistant Secretary, 
Midland Metal Spinning Co., Ltd. 

PEARCY, Alfred Brooksbank, Fellow, 1933. Secretary, Wolverhampton 
Freeholders' Permanent Building Society. 

SMITH, Frederick William, Fellow, 1932. Managing Clerk, South 
Staffordshire Permanent Building Society. 

WICKSTEAD, Arthur Clifford, Associate, 1935. 61 Wynn Road. 

WOOD, Jabez Lawley, Fellow, 1938. Secretary, Boulton Paul Aircraft, 
Ltd. 

WOODFORD BRIDGE. Essex. ' 

HARRIS, William Leonard Hepworth, Fellow, 1933. Clerk and Steward, 
London County Council, Claybury Mental Hospital. 

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WOOD GREEN. Middlesex. 

FEATHERSTONE, Alexander Brown, Associate, 1935. Assistant Town 
Clerk, The Wood Green Town Council. 

WOODHALL SPA. Lincolnshire. 

NKON, John Johnson, Associate, 1936. Rating Officer, Deputy Clerk 
and Finance Assistant, Woodhall Spa Urban District Council. 

WOOLWICH. London. 

BARNES, Sydney Thomas, Fellow, 1929. Chief Clerk, Woolwich Equit- 
able Building Society. 

WORCESTER. Worcestershire. 

PILKINOTON, Thomas, Associate, 1936. Committee Clerk, County of 
the City of Worcester. 

THOMPSON, Samuel, B.Com., Associate, 1931. Commerce Master, 
Oldbury Technical School, Worcestershire Education Committee. 

WORCESTER PARK. Surrey. 

WHITE, Harry Percival, Associate, 1923. Fellow, 1927. 32 Bridgewood 
Road. 

WORKINGTON. Cumberland. 

WISE, Norman, Fellow, 1936. Assistant Director of Education, Borough 
of Workington Education Committee. 

WORKSOP. Nottinghamshire. 

INGRAM, Charles Ivan, Fellow, 1935. Clerk to the Council, Accountant 
and Rating and Valuation Officer, Worksop Rural District Council. 

WREXHAM. Denbighshire. 

JONES, William, Associate, 1938. Master and Steward, The Denbigh- 
shire County Council. 

LLOYD, Robert Arthur, Associate, 1938. Accountant, Brymbo Co., 
Ltd. 

McKAY, Ronald Reay, Associate, 1935. "Garfield Villa," 8 Percy 
Road. 

SUMMERS, William Edward, Fellow, 1931. Secretary, Chird and Dis- 
trict Hospital; Cost Accountant, W. Y. Craig & Sons, Ltd. 



230 



SUMMARY OF TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST 
OF MEMBERS 

ENGLAND 



Abertillery (Monmouthshire) i 
Acton (Middlesex) . . i 
Addlestone (Surrey) . . i 
Alnwick (Northumberland) . i 
Altrinrham (Cheshire) . 3 
Ambleside (Westmorland) . i 
Amersham (Buckingham- 
shire) . . . 2 
Appleby (Westmorland) . i 
Ashford (Kent) . i 
Ashtead (Surrey) . . i 
Ashton-under-Lyne 

(Lancashire) . . i 
Aspull (Lancashire) . . i 
Atherstone(Warwickshire) . i 
Attleborough (Norfolk) . i 
Aylesbury (Buckinghamshire) i 
Banbury (Oxfordshire) . 2 
Banstead (Surrey) . . i 
Barnstaple (Devonshire) . 3 
Barrow-in-Furness (Lanca- 
shire .... 2 
Basingstoke (Hampshire) . i 
Bath (Somersetshire) . . 4 
Batley (Yorkshire) . . 3 
Battle (Sussex) . . . i 
Beckenham (Kent) . . i 
Bedford (Bedfordshire) . 4 
Berkhampsted (Hertfordshire) i 
Berwick-on-Tweed 

(Northumberland) . . i 

Bexley (Kent) . i 

Bexleyheath (Kent) . . i 

Bideford (Devonshire) . 3 

Billinge (Lancashire) . i* 

Birkenhead (Cheshire) . 7 

Birmingham (Warwickshire) 39 



Bishop Auckland (Co. Dur- 
ham) .... i 
Blackburn (Lancashire) . 4 
Blackheath (Staffordshire) . i 
Blackpool (Lancashire) . 4 
Blackwell (Derbyshire) . I 
Blythe (Northumberland) . 3 
Bolton (Lancashire) . . 4 
Boston (Lincolnshire) . 2 
Bourne (Lincolnshire) . i 
Bournemouth (Hampshire) . I 
Bradford (Yorkshire) . .19 
Bramley (Yorkshire) . . i 
Bredbury (Cheshire) . . i 
Brentford (Middlesex) . i 
Bridgnorth (Shropshire) . I 
Bridgwater (Somersetshire) i 
Bridlington (Yorkshire) . 2 
Brierley Hill (Staffordshire) . I 
Brighton (Sussex) . . 7 
Bristol (Gloucestershire) . 10 
Bromsgrove (Worcestershire) I 
Brooklands (Cheshire) . I 
Bulwell (Nottinghamshire) . i 
Burnley (Lancashire) . . 5 
Burton-on-Trent (Stafford- 
shire) . . . .2 
Bury (Lancashire) . . 3 
Cambridge (Cambridgeshire) 7 
Carlisle (Cumberland) . 3 
Chatham (Kent) . . 3 
Chatteris (Cambridgeshire) 
Chelmsford (Essex) . 
Chertscy (Surrey) 
Chester (Cheshire) . .17 
Chesterfield (Derbyshire) . 
Chester-le-Street (Durham) 



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C.C.S. Year Book, 1939 



Chorlcy (Lancashire) . 
Girencester (Gloucestershire) 
Glacton-on-Sea (Essex) 
Cleckhcaton (Yorkshire) 
Clevedon (Somersetshire) 
Clitheroe (Lancashire) 
Cockermouth (Gumberlanc 
Colchester (Essex) 
Coleford (Gloucestershire) 
Coventry (Warwickshire) 
Crayford (Kent) 
Crewe (Cheshire) 
Crewkerne (Somersetshire) 
Crook (County Durham) 
Croydon (Surrey) 
Cuckfield (Sussex) 
Darlington (Durham) 
Dartford (Kent) 
Dawley (Shropshire) . 
Derby (Derbyshire) . 
Dewsbury (Yorkshire) 
Digbys (Devonshire) . 
Diss (Norfolk) . 
Doncaster (Yorkshire) 
Dorchester (Dorsetshire) 
Dudley (Worcestershire) 
Earby (via Colne) (Lanca 

shire) . 

Eastbourne (Sussex) . 
Eastham (Cheshire) . 
Eastleigh (Hampshire) 
Eccles (Lancashire) . 
Eccleshall (Staffordshire) 
Edlington (Yorkshire) 
Epping (Essex) . 
Evesham (Worcestershire) 
Exeter (Devonshire) . 
Fakenham (Norfolk) . 
Falmouth (Cornwall) . 
Farnham (Surrey) 
Farnworth (Lancashire) 
Felixstowe (Suffolk) . 
Felling-on-Tyne (Co. Dur 

ham) 

Formby (Lancashire) . 
Frome (Somersetshire) 



2 

3 

i 
i 
i 
i 
i 

2 
I 

5 
I 

3 

i 

2 

4 
i 
i 
i 
i 

4 

i 
i 
i 

4 
i 

3 

i 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 

2 
I 
I 



Gainsborough (Lincolnshire) i 
Gateshead (Co. Durham) . 2 
Glastonbury (Somersetshire) i 
Glossop (Derbyshire) . . i 
Gloucester (Gloucestershire) i 
Godalming (Surrey) . i 

Golders Green (Middlesex) i 
Grays (Essex) . . 2 

Grayshott (Surrey) . i 

Great Harwood (Lancashire i 
Grimsby (Lincolnshire) 2 

Grindleton (Lancashire) i 

Guildford (Surrey) . i 

Guisborough (Yorkshire) 2 
Hadley (Essex) . . i 

Halesowen (Worcestershire 3 
Halifax (Yorkshire) . i 

Hanforth (Lancashire) i 

Hanley (Staffordshire) 
Harrogate (Yorkshire) 
Harrow (Middlesex) 2 

Harwich (Essex) 2 

Hartford (Cheshire) 
Haslemere (Surrey) 
Hastings (Sussex) 
Hatfield (Hertfordshire) 
Haydock (Lancashire) 
Heanor (Nottinghamshire) 
Hednesford (Staffordshire) 
Helston (Cornwall) . 
Hemel Hempstead (Hert 

fordshire) 

Hemsworth (Yorkshire) 
Hendon (Middlesex) . 
Hereford (Herefordshire) 
Herne Bay (Kent) 
Hertford (Hertfordshire) 
Highworth (Wiltshire) 
High Wycombe (Buckingham- 
shire) ... 2 
Hindley (Lancashire) 2 
Hitchin (Hertfordshire) 2 
Hollinwood (Lancashire) i 
' Horsham (Sussex) . i 
Horwich (Lancashire) i 
Hounslow (Middlesex) 2 



232 



Topographical Summary 



Hove (Sussex) . 

Huddersfield (Yorkshire) . 

Hull (Yorkshire) 

Hunnington (Worcestershire) 

Ilford (Essex) . 

Ilfracombe (Devonshire) 

Ilkeston (Derbyshire) . 

Ipswich (Suffolk) 

Irthlingborough (Northamp- 
tonshire) 

Jarrow (Go. Durham) 

Keighley (Yorkshire) . 

Kendal (Westmorland) 

Kenton (Middlesex) . 

Keswick (Cumberland) 

Kettering (Northampton- 
shire) .... 

Keynsham (Somersetshire) . 

Kiddersminster (Worcester- 
shire) .... 

Kilburn (London) 

King's Lynn (Norfolk) 

Kingston-on-Thames (Surrey) 

Kirkby Stephen (Westmor- 
land) .... 

Kirkham (Lancashire) 

Knaresborough (Yorkshire) 

Lancaster (Lancashire) 

Leamington Spa (Warwick- 
shire) .... 

Leatherhead (Surrey) 

Leeds (Yorkshire) 

Leicester (Leicestershire) 

Leigh (Lancashire) 

Leigh-on-Sca (Essex) . 

Lincoln (Lincolnshire) 

Liverpool (Lancashire) 

London (London) 

Long Eaton (Nottingham- 
shire) . ... 2 

Longwood (Yorkshire) . i 

Luton (Bedfordshire) . . 2 

Macclesfield (Cheshire) . i 

Malton (Yorkshire) . . i 

Manchester (Lancashire) . 54 

Mansfield (Nottinghamshire) 3 



Mapperley (Nottingham- 
shire) .... i 
March (Cambridgeshire) . 2 
Margate (Kent) . . i 
Market Harborough 

(Leicestershire) . . 2 
Matlock (Derbyshire) . i 
Melton Mowbray (Leicester- 
shire) .... i 
2 Middlesbrough (Yorkshire) . 5 
2 Mildenhall (Suffolk) . . i 
6 Millom (Cumberland) . i 
Minster (Isle of Sheppey) . 2 
Morecambe and Heysham 

(Lancashire) . . i 

Morpeth (Northumberland) i 

Mossley (Lancashire) . i 

Narborough (Leicestershire) 2 

New Barnet (Hertfordshire) i 

Newbury (Berkshire) . . 2 
Newcastle on Tyne 

(Northumberland) . . 20 
Newcastle-under-Lyme 

(Staffordshire) . . 3 

2 New Maiden (Surrey) . i 

2 Newport (Isle of Wight) . 2 

1 Norbury (Surrey) . . i 

2 Northampton (Northampton- 

shire) .... 7 
2 North Broomhill (Northum- 

i berland) . . . I 
12 North Shields (Northumber- 
14 land) . . . .2 

i Northwood (Middlesex) . i 

1 Norwich (Norfolk) . . 3 

2 Nottingham (Nottingham- 

23 shire) . ... 6 
241 Nuneaton (Warwickshire) . i 
Oldbury (Worcestershire) . i 
Oldham (Lancashire) . 5 
Old Fletton (Northampton- 
shire) .... i 
Olney (Buckinghamshire) . I 
Orrnskirk (Lancashire) . 4 
Orpington (Kent) . . i 
Orsett (Essex) . . i 



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Oswaldtwistlc (Lancashire) . 
Otley (Yorkshire) 
Oxford (Oxfordshire) 
Parkgate (Yorkshire) . 
Peterborough (Northampton- 
shire) .... 
Petersfield (Hampshire) 
Petworth (Sussex) 
Pinner (Middlesex) . 
Pitsford (Northamptonshire) 
Plymouth (Devonshire) 
Pontefract (Yorkshire) 
Poole (Dorsetshire) 
Portishead (Somersetshire) . 
Portsmouth (Hampshire) 
Preston (Lancashire) 
Pudsey (Yorkshire) . 
PurHect (Essex) 
Queensferry (Cheshire) 
Ramsbottom (Lancashire) . 
Ramsgate (Kent) 
Rawtenstall (Lancashire) . 
Reading (Berkshire) . 
Redcar (Yorkshire) . 
Redhill (Surrey) 
Retford (Nottinghamshire) . 
Rickmansworth (Hertford- 
shire) .... i 
Rochdale (Lancashire) . 2 
Romford (Essex) . . 2 
Rotherham (Yorkshire) . 2 
Rothweli (Yorkshire) . . I 
Rugby (Warwickshire) . i 
Runcorn (Cheshire) . . 2 
Rushden (Northamptonshire) i 
Saddleworth (Yorkshire) . i 
Saffron Walden (Essex) . i 
Sale (Cheshire) . . i 

Salford (Lancashire) . . 4 
Salisbury (Wiltshire) . . i 
Sandbach (Cheshire) . . i 
Scarborough (Yorkshire) . 2 
Scissett (Yorkshire) . . i 
Scunthorpe (Lincolnshire) . i 
Seaford (Sussex) . . i 
Seisdon (Staffordshire) . i 



Sheffield (Yorkshire) . .12 
Shrewsbury (Shropshire) . 3 
Silverdale (Staffordshire) . i 
Sittingbourne (Kent) . . 2 
Skelmcrsdale (Lancashire) . I 
Smethwick (Staffordshire) . i 
Southall (Middlesex) . . 3 
Southampton (Hampshire) . 2 
Southend-on-Sca (Essex) . 2 
Southport (Lancashire) . i 
South Shields (Co. Durham) 6 
Southwell (Nottinghamshire) i 
Spilsby (Lincolnshire) . 2 

St. Albans (Hertfordshire) . 4 
St. Helens (Lancashire) 
St. Ives (Cornwall) . 
Stafford (Staffordshire) 
Stalybridge (Cheshire) 
Standish (Lancashire) 
Stockport (Cheshire) . . 2 
Stockton-on-Tees (Co. Dur- 
ham) . . . .2 
Stoke-on-Trent (Stafford- 
shire) .... 5 
Stokesley (Yorkshire) . . i 
Stone (Staffordshire) . 2 
Stratford-on-Avoii 
(Warwickshire) 
Street (Somersetshire) 
Stroud (Gloucestershire) 
Sudbury (Suffolk) 
Sunderland (Co. Durham) . 
Sutton (Surrey) . . 3 
Sutton Coldfield (Warwick- 
shire) . . . .2 
Sutton-in-Ashfield (Notting- 
hamshire) 
Swanley (Kent) 
Swindon (Wiltshire) . 
Swinton (Lancashire) 
Tadcaster (Yorkshire) 
Tamworth (Staffordshire) . 
Taunton (Somersetshire) 
Tavistock (Devonshire) 
Thirsk (Yorkshire) 
Thornton Heath (Surrey) . 



234 



Topographical Summary 



Torquay (Devonshire) 
Tottenham (Middlesex) 
Tottington (Lancashire) 
Tunstall (Staffordshire) 
Twickenham (Middlesex) 
Upton-on-Severn (Worces- 
tershire) 

Wakefield (Yorkshire) 
Walkdcn (Lancashire) 
Wallasey (Cheshire) . 
Wallscnd (Northumberland 
Walsall (Staffordshire) 
Walthamstow (Essex) 
Warrington (Lancashire) 
Warwick ( W arwickshire) 
Washington (Go. Durham) 
Watford (Hertfordshire) 
Wealdstone (Middlesex) 
Wellingborough (Northamp 

tonshire) 
Welwyn Garden City (Hert 

fordshire) 

Wembley (Middlesex) 
West Bromwich (Stafford 
shire) .... 
West Hartlepool 
(Co. Durham) . 



3 Weston-super-Mare (Somer 

3 setshirc) 

1 Wetherby (Yorkshire) 

2 Weybridge (Surrey) . 

i Whitefield (Lancashire) 

Whitstable (Kent) 
i Whittingham (Lancashire) 

4 Widnes (Lancashire) . 
i Wigan (Lancashire) . 

3 Willesden (Middlesex) 
i Wimbledon (Surrey) . 

3 Winchester (Hampshire) 

4 Winslow (Buckinghamshire) 

5 Wirral (Cheshire) 

i Wisbcch (Cambridgeshire) 

1 Wolyerhampton (Slafford- 

2 shire) . 

i Wood Green (Middlesex) 
Woodford Bridge (Essex) 

i Woodhall Spa (Lincoln 
shire) . 

i Woolwich (London) . 

i Worcester (Worcestershire) 
Worcester Park (Surrey) 

3 Workingtoii (Cumberland) 
Worksop (Nottinghamshire) 



WALES 



Aberystwyth (Cardiganshire) 

Barry Dock (Glamorganshire) 

Cardiff (Glamorganshire) . 

Carmarthen (Carmarthen- 
shire) .... 

Colwyn Bay (Caernarvon- 
shire) 

Denbigh (Denbighshire) 

Haverfordwest (Pembroke- 
shire) . 

Holyhead (Anglesey) . 

Holywell (Flintshire) . 

Llandudno (Caernarvon- 
shire) . 

Llanelly (Carmarthenshire) 



Airdrie (Lanarkshire). 
Bellshill (Lanarkshire) 



i Llanishcn (Glamorganshire) 
i N.irbtTlh (Pembrokeshire) . 
4 Newport (Monmouthshire) 

Ncyland (Pembrokeshire) 
i Peiiarth (Glamorganshire) . 

Pontlottyn (Glamorganshire) 
i Pontyclun (Glamorganshire) 
i Pontypridd (Glamorganshire) 
i Port Talbot (Glamorgan- 
i shire) . 

i Rhyl (Flintshire) 
i Ruabon (Denbighshire) 

Skewen (Glamorganshire) 

1 Swansea (Glamorganshire) 

2 Wrexham (Denbighshire) 

SCOTLAND 

i Burntisland (Fifeshire) 
. i Coatbridge (Lanarkshire) 



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Currie (Midlothian) . 
Dingwall (Ross-shire) . 
Dundee (Angus) 
Dunfermline (Fifeshirc) 
Edinburgh (Midlothian) 
Falkirk (Stirlingshire) 
Glasgow (Lanarkshire) 
Greenock (Renfrewshire) 
Hawick (Roxburghshire) 
Inverness (Inverness-shire) 



i Irvine (Ayrshire) 

1 Larkhall (Lanarkshire) 

2 Motherwell (Lanarkshire) . 

3 Newburgh (Fifeshire) 

6 Newton Mearns (Renfrew- 
2 shire) .... 

22 Perth (Perthshire) 

i Port Glasgow (Renfrewshire) 

i Scone (Perthshire) 

i Stevenston (Ayrshire) . 



Belfast (Co. Antrim) . 
Castlcrock (Londonderry) 



NORTHERN IRELAND * 

2 Dungannon (Co. Tyrone) 



Arklow (Co. Wicklow) 
Blackrock (Go. Dublin) 
Cork (Co. Cork) 
Dublin (Co. Dublin) . 



EIRE 

i Limerick (Co. Limerick) 

i Offaly 

3 Thuries (Co. Tipperary) 



CHANNEL ISLANDS 

Guernsey i Jersey 

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA 



Canberra . 
Sydney 
Brisbane . 
Adelaide . 
Maryborough . 



Auckland . 
Dargaville 



FEDERAL TERRITORY 
NEW SOUTH WALES 



QUEENSLAND 
. i Gladstone 

SOUTH AUSTRALIA 



VICTORIA 

. i Melbourne 

NEW ZEALAND 

i Wellington 
. i 

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. i 



. i 



Rabaul 



Demerara 



Topographical Summary 

TERRITORY OF NEW GUINEA 

BRITISH WEST INDIES 

BRITISH GUIANA 



Ontario . 

Saskatoon (Saskatchewan) 

Colombo . 



CANADA 

. i Vancouver (Brit. Columbia) i 
. i 

CEYLON 



Bengal 
Bombay . 
Calcutta . 
Gawnpore 

Guntur (South India) 
Hoshangabad (Central Pro- 
vince) . 



INDIA 

i Indore City 

33 Karachi . 

i Nagpur . 

1 Trichinopoly (South 

2 India) . 

Trichur (South India) 



Penang 



N'Kana 



Bulawayo 



The Hague 



Cape Town 
Kimberley 
Mafeking . 
Malznesbury 



STRAITS SETTLEMENTS 

. 6 Singapore 

NORTHERN RHODESIA 



SOUTHERN RHODESIA 
HOLLAND 

UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA 

CAPE PROVINCE 

. 5 Paarl 

. i ^ort Elizabeth 

i Umtata . 

. i Vryburgh 



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NATAL 
i Durban . 

ORANGE FREE STATE 



Bethlehem 
Bloemfontein 


i Harrismith 
i Senckal . 


. i 
. i 




TRANSVAAL 




Johannesburg . 


. 3 Mataffin . 


i 




CHINA 




Hankow . 


i Hong Kong 


. 2 




NEWFOUNDLAND 




St. Johns . 





i 




BURMA 




Tavoy 





. I 




EYGPT 




Cairo 





. 2 




PALESTINE 




Iran 
Jaffa 


i Jerusalem 
. i Tel-Aviv . 


. 2 

. I 



ARGENTINE 



SOUTH AMERICA 

i Lima (Peru) 

FRANCE 



Arias (F.C.C.A.) 
Bogota (Colombia) 

Paris 

NETHERLANDS (DUTCH EAST INDIES) 

Bataviacentrum (Java) 

JA&fAICA 

St. Andrews 

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Secretaries 

Providing Staff and Office Accommodation for 
Companies or Other Bodies 

ABLE-IT, Capt. Albert James Thomas, " Avondale," Harrington Road, 

Altrincham. 
BADGER, Alfred Jjowen, M.A., Ph.D., 154 Southampton Row, 

London, W.G.I. 

BANCROFT, James Nield, 2 Exchange Street, Manchester, 2. 
BLACK, Andrew Bolivar Gran, 32 Sackville Street, London, W.i. 
BROWN, Percy, 40 North Street, Keighley. 
BROWNING, Douglas, i Laurence Pountney Hill, Gannon Street, 

London, E.G.4. 

BUTLER, Frederick George, "Eastnor," Lodge Lane, Bcxley, Kent. 
CARLILL, John Albert, Pathway Chambers, Bowlalley Lane, Hull. 
CHARLES, William Henry, 3 Greenfield Villas, Murray Street, 

Llanelly. 

COULTHURST, Frank, Somerset House, Golwyn Bay. 

CURRY, Aaron Gharlton, 13 Grey Street, Newcastle on Tyne, i. 

DESAI, Jal Tehmurasp, Mherwan Building, Sir Phirozesha Mehta 
Road, Fort, Bombay. 

ELLIOTT, Richard, Carlton Chambers, 84 Albion Street, Leeds, i. 
EVANS, Herbert Clement, 115 Western Road, Brighton. 

FRASER, William, John, 54-55 Finsbury Court, Finsbury Pavement, 
London, E.G.2. 

FUNNELL, Cyril, 71 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C.2. 
FUNNELL, William Joseph, 71 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C.2. 
GLICKMAN, Solomon, 23 St. Mary Axe, London, .0.3. 
GREEN, Ernest Thomas, 158 City Road, London, E.C.i. 

GRIFFITHS, Norman, 1 2 Eleanor View, Newcastle-under-Lyme, and 
Trinity Chambers, Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, N. 

HARKER, John, Market Street, Kirkby Stephen. 

HASTING, Charles Albert, Suffolk House, 5 Laurence Pountney 
Hill, London, .6.4. 

HOLLOWAY, Cecil Jack, 19 Market Square, Northampton. 

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KENNY, Mathew James, St. Michael's, Dalkey, Go. Dublin. 
KILROY, Patrick Joseph, 40 Molesworth Street, Dublin. 
KIONG, Cheah Inn, B.Gom., No. 18 Bishop Street, Penang, S.S. 

MAcGoRMAC, Michael Francis, 22 Nassau Street, Dublin, C.2. 
MERRIGK, Arthur Lewin, 13 Glegg Street, Oldham. 

MOORE, Albert Ernest Montague, 29 Empress Avenue, The Drive, 
Ilford, Essex. 

MORRIS, Barnett Bernard, Greenmore College, Ltd., 37-40 Union 
Street, Birmingham. 

MURCH, William Joseph, D.Sc. (Econ.), 5 Bridge Buildings, 
Barnstaple. 

NEVE, Arthur William, Church Lane, Mildenhall, Suffolk. 
PIDCOGK, John Frederick, Bridge Street, Bakewell, Derbyshire. 

RAJAK, Harry Xavier, 8-32 Wright Boag Road, Village Deep, 
Johannesburg, South Africa. 

RALEIGH, Cecil Bernard, 92 O'Conneli Street, Limerick. 
RUDDOCK, James, 136 O'Connell Street, Limerick. 

SAROVITCH, Morris, 10-12 Progress Buildings, 156 Commissioner 
Street, Johannesburg, South Africa. 

TURNER, Arthur Ewart, i Pall Mall, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent. 
WALKER, Charles Leslie, 91 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W.i. 

WALKER, Edwin Wilfred, Oxford Chambers, 9 Oxford Street, 
Manchester, i. 

WHITE, Cyril John, 60 Fore Street, Edmonton, London, N.i8. 

WILKS, Wilfred George, 2 Fairview Court, Alexandra Road, 
Muswell Hill, London, N.io. 

WILLIAMS, John Colin, Westminster Chambers, i Grosshall Street, 
Liverpool, i. 

WILLIAMSON, William Geoffrey, Britannia Buildings, 46 Fenwick 
Street, Liverpool, 2. 

WINGHAM, Percival Herbert, 205 South Street, Romford, Essex. 
WOODRUFF, Thomas Henry, 10 Hart Road, West Hartlepool. 
WONG, Wing Seen, B.A., Ph.D., 20 Connaught Road, W., Hong Kong. 

YELLAND, John Edwin, 41 Water Street, Ludgate Hill, Birmingham, 
3; and 2 South Place, Moorgate, London, E.C.2. 



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Topographical List of 
Secretaries 

Providing Staff and Office Accommodation for 
Companies or Other Bodies 

ENGLAND 

ALTRINGHAM (Cheshire) 
ASLETT, Capt. Albert James Thomas, " Avondale," Harrington Road, 

BAKEWELL (Derbyshire) 

PIDCOCK, John Frederick, Bridge Street. 

BARNSTAPLE (Devonshire) 

MURGH, William Joseph, D.Sc. (Econ.), 5 Bridge Buildings. 

BEXLEY (Kent) 
BUTLER, Frederick George, "Eastnor," Lodge Lane. 

BIRMINGHAM (Warwickshire) 

MORRIS, Barnett Bernard, Greenmore College, Ltd., 37-40 Union 
Street. 

YELLAND, John Edwin, 41, Water Street, Ludgate Hill. 

BRIGHTON (Sussex) 
EVANS, Herbert Clement, 115 Western Road. 

HULL (Yorkshire) 

CARLILL, John Albert, Pathway Chambers, Bowlally Lane. 

ILFORD (Essex) 
MOORE, Albert Ernest Montague, 29 Empress Avenue, The Drive. 

KEIGHLEY (Yorkshire) 

BROWN, Percy, 40 North Street. 

KIRKBY STEPHEN (Westmorland) 

MARKER, John, Market Street. 
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LEEDS (Yorkshire) 

ELLIOTT, Richard, Carlton Chambers, 84 Albion Street. 

LIVERPOOL (Lancashire) 

WILLIAMS, John Colin, Westminster Chambers, i Crosshall Street. 
WILLIAMSON, William Geoffrey, Britannia Buildings, 46 Fenwick 
Street, 2. 

LONDON 

BADGER, Alfred Bowen, M.A. Ph.D., 154 Southampton Row, W.C.I. 
BLACK, Andrew Bolivar Cran, 32 Sackville Street, W.i. 

BROWNING, Douglas, i Laurence Pouiitney Hill, Cannon Street, 
E.C.4. 

FRASER, William John, 54-55 Finsbury Court, Finsbury Pavement, 

E.C.2. 

FUNNELL, Cyril, 71 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C.2. 
FUNNELL, William Joseph, 71 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.G.2. 
GLIGKMAN, Solomon, 23 St. Mary Axe, E.C.3. 
GREEN, Ernest Thomas, 158 City Road, E.C.i. 

HASTING, Charles Albert, Suffolk House, 5 Laurence Pountney 
Hill, E.C.4. 

WALKER, Charles Leslie, 91 Shaftesbury Avenue, W.i. 
WHITE, Cyril John, 60 Fore Street, Edmonton, N.i8. 

WILKS, Wilfred George, 2 Fairview Court, Alexandra Road, 
Muswcll Hill, N. 10. 

YELLAND, John Edwin, 2 South Place, Moorgate, E.C.2. 

MANCHESTER (Lancashire) 

BANCROFT, James Nield, 2 Exchange Street. 

WALKER, Edwin Wilfred, Oxford Chambers, 9 Oxford Street. 

MELDENHALL (Suffolk) 

NEVE, Arthur William, Church Lane. 

NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME (Staffordshire) 

GRIFFITHS, Norman, 12 Eleanor View. 

NEWCASTLE ON TYNE (Northumberland) 

CURRY, Aaron Charlton, 13 Grey Street. 

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Secretaries : Staff and Office Accommodation 

NORTHAMPTON (Northamptonshire) 

HOLLOWAY, Cecil Jack, 19 Market Square. 

OLDHAM (Lancashire) 

MERRICK, Arthur Lcwin, 13 Glegg Street. 

ROMFORD (Essex) 
WINGHAM, Percival Herbert, 205 South Street. 

STOKE-ON-TRENT (Staffordshire) 

GRIFFITHS, Nornrftm, Trinity Chambers, Tuns tall. 
TURNER, Arthur Ewart, i Pall Mall, Hanlcy. 

WEST HARTLEPOOL (Go. Durham) 

WOODRUFF, Thomas Henry, 10 Hart Road. 

EIRE 

DALKEY (County Dublin) 

KENNY, Mathew James, St. Michael's. 

DUBLIN (County Dublin) 

KILROY, Patrick Joseph, 40 Molcsworth Street. 
MACGORMAC, Michael Francis, 22 Nassau Street, G.2. 

LIMERICK (County Limerick) 

RALEICJH, Cecil Bernard, 92 O'Conncll Street. 
RUDDOCK, James, 136 O'Gonncll Street. 

WALES 

COLWYN BAY (Caernarvonshire) 

COULTHURST, Frank, Somerset House. 

LLANELLY (Carmarthenshire) 

CHARLES, William Henry, 3 Greenfield Villas, Murray Street. 

INDIA 

BOMBAY 

DESAI, Jal Tehmurasp, Mherwan Building, Sir Phirozcsha Mehta 
Road, Fort. 

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SOUTH AFRICA 

TRANSVAAL-JOHANNESBURG 

RAJAK, Harry Xavier, 8-32 Wright Boag Road, Village D6ep. 

SAROVITCH, Morris, 10-12 Progress Buildings, 156 Commissioner 
Street. 

STRAITS SETTLEMENTS 

PENANG 

KIONG, Cheah Inn, B.Com., 18 Bishop Street. 

CHINA 

HONG KONG 

WONG, Wing Seen, B.A., Ph.D., 20 Connaught Road, W. 



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Publications of the Corporation 

Medals and Prizes 

THE SIR GUTHBERT GRUNDY MEDAL 

The Sir Cuthbert Grundy Medal presented by Sir 
Guthbert Grundy, Kt., J.P. (a Vice-President of the 
Corporation), and awarded by the Council to the 
candidate obtaining the highest marks at the Final 
examination. * 

THE KENNEDY MEDAL 

The Kennedy Medal presented by His Honour Judge 
Kennedy, K.C. (Immediate Past-President of the 
Corporation), and awarded by the Council to the candi- 
date obtaining the highest marks at the Intermediate 
examination. 



Publications of the Corporation 

THE CORPORATION OF CERTIFIED 

SECRETARIES 
MANUAL OF SECRETARIAL PRACTICE 

In pursuance of the Council's educational policy on 
behalf of the Members of the Corporation it has been 
decided to adopt a textbook dealing with Secretarial 
Practice, which can be recommended as the Corpora- 
tion's standard exposition of the work of the secretary, 
both from the point of view of the student and of its 
practising members. 

In the Council's opinion the book adopted is incom- 
parably the best treatise on Secretarial Practice now 
available to students and practitioners. 

The Manual is obtainable from the Corporation, 
Price I2s. 6d. net; inland Postage gd. (foreign, is. 2d.). 

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"THE CERTIFIED SECRETARY" 

The Journal of the Corporation can be obtained 
from Secretaries Hall, and from Newsagents and Book- 
stalls. Price is is. per copy. 

YEAR BOOK 
Published annually. Price 55. per copy. 

EXAMINATION PAPERS 

The Test Papers are published in booklet form after 
each examination, and may be obtained on application 
to the Secretary at Secretaries Hall, price 6d. per set. 



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The Corporation of 
Certified Secretaries 

BRANCH AND CENTRE RULES 

Title 

1. The title of the Branch or Centre shall be approved by 
the Council of the Corporation. 

Objects 

2. The objects of this Branch or Centre shall be: 

(a) To hold meetings for the discussion of professional 

affairs, interests and duties, the reading of papers, 
and the delivery of lectures. 

(b) To act as a means of communication between Mem- 

bers and others seeking engagements as secretaries 
and employers desirous of employing them, and 
generally to assist Members of the Branch in obtain- 
ing desirable positions. 

(c) To support and assist the Council of the Corporation in 

every way possible in the attainment of its objects. 

(d) To watch the interests of Certified Secretaries within 

the Branch or Centre, and to make such reports to 
the Council of the Corporation as are from time to 
time deemed necessary. 

(e) To form a Library for the use of Members. 

Membership 

3. For the purposes of the Branch or Centre all Members and 
Students of the Corporation resident in the area covered by 
the Branch or Centre from time to time may become Members 
of the Branch or Centre. The toting rights of Student Members 
other than those holding office shall be restricted to the ap- 
pointment of their representatives upon the Branch Committee. 

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The Branch or Centre is constituted by the Council and its 
area shall be defined by the Council from time to time. 

Annual General Meeting 

4. (a) The Annual General Meeting of the Branch or 
Centre shall be held in the month of April, on a date to be 
fixed by the Committee, to receive a Report and Accounts 
from the Committee made up to 3ist March preceding such 
meeting, setting out the Committee's income and expenditure 
during the year, as well as a Balance Sheet at that date. Such 
account having duly been audited shall be submitted for 
approval at such meeting or at any adjournment thereof, and 
the said account, if approved, shall be signed by the Chairman 
of the meeting and a copy recorded in the Minute Book, and a 
further copy shall be furnished to the Council, in accordance 
with the Bye-Laws. 

(b) The Members of the Branch or Centre present at the 
Annual General Meeting shall elect the Committee for the 
Branch for the ensuing year subject to Rule 5. 

(c) (i) Nominations of candidates who have given their 

consent to serve on the Committee if elected, be 
handed to the Secretary fifteen days before the 
Annual General Meeting. 

(ii) That all members of the Branch or Centre be noti- 
fied by the Secretary of the names of candidates 
nominated for election to the Committee seven 
days prior to the Annual General Meeting, 
(yi) That no candidate may be nominated at the Annual 
General Meeting. 

(d) Voting shall be by a show of hands unless there be more 
nominations than vacancies to be filled. If the nominations 
exceed the vacancies, a poll shall be taken of all the Members 
present at the Meeting. Two scrutineers shall be appointed 
to conduct the poll, and they shall report to the Chairman the 
result as soon as it is known. 

Management 

5. (a) The management of a Branch or Centre shall vest in a 
Committee to be elected at the Annual General Meeting, in 

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accordance with Rule 4, which shall consist of a Chairman, 
Honorary Secretary, Honorary Treasurer, and not more than 
nine Members (one-third of whom shall retire in rotation 
annually but be eligible for re-election) and may include 
additionally a Vice-Chairman and an Assistant Secretary. 
Five Members shall constitute a quorum. The Committee 
shall have power to fill up any casual vacancies which may 
arise in such Committee. 

(b) The Committee may co-opt Members up to one-third of 
the maximum number set out in Rule 5 (a). Students' repre- 
sentation on the Branch or Centre Committee shall not exceed 
one-fifth of the constitution of that Committee. 

(c) Members of the Committee being absent without reason- 
able cause from three consecutive meetings may be retired by a 
majority vote of the remainder of the Committee then in 
office. 

(d) Members of the Council resident within the Branch 
or Centre areas shall be ex-officio members of the Committee. 



Secretary 

6. The appointment of Secretary shall be made by the 
Annual General Meeting, but such appointment must be 
confirmed by the Council of the Corporation, and such 
Secretary thereafter be subjected to the Bye-Laws, and on 
retirement or suspension from office shall hand over all books, 
documents, correspondence, papers and all assets belonging 
to the Branch or Centre, to his successor in office, or to the 
Council at Head Office. 

Auditor 

7. The Branch or Centre shall at each Annual General 
Meeting elect one Honorary Auditor from amongst the 
Members. Until such election the Committee shall appoint 
an Auditor to hold office down to the first Annual General 
Meeting following election. The Auditor shall retire at each 
Annual General Meeting, but shall be eligible for re-election. 
No Member of the Committee shall be eligible for election as 
Auditor, nor shall any other person interested in any trans- 
action otherwise than as a Member of the Branch or Centre. 

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Expenses 

8. In May of each year the Committee shall submit to the 
Council, in the form prescribed by the Council, a statement of 
its estimated expenditure for the ensuing year, and the Council 
will make grants out of the funds of the Corporation to meet 
such approved expenditure as, in the opinion of the Council, 
is reasonable, having regard to the activities of the Branch or 
Centre in connection with the furtherance of the objects of the 
Corporation. 

Special Meetings * 

9. Special Meetings may be called by the Chairman of the 
Committee, and on the requisition of not less than one-third 
of the Members the Honorary Secretary shall convene a 
Special Meeting, stating fully the object for which it is called. 
Every such meeting shall be held within fourteen days from 
the date of the receipt of the requisition, and in the event of 
such being refused or neglected, the Members may forthwith 
convene a meeting. 

Notice of Meetings 

10. Not less than seven days' notice of all meetings shall be 
given to the Members by the Secretary. Such notice shall 
contain the Agenda of the meeting. 

Minutes 

1 1 . The Secretary shall record the proceedings of all meet- 
ings in books kept for that purpose, the General Meeting 
Minute Book to be open for inspection of Members half-an- 
hour previous to Annual General Meeting. 

Accounts 

12. The Treasurer shall keep proper acccounts of the income 
and expenditure of the Branch or Centre, which accounts shall 
be made up to 3ist March preceding the Annual General 
Meeting. These accounts shall be audited and, together with 
a report of the Auditor thereon, be presented to the Annual 
General Meeting for acceptance. A copy of the accounts and 
report must be sent to the Secretary of the Corporation for 
submission to the Council within twenty-one days after the 
Annual General Meeting. 

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Funds 

13. Except as provided above the funds of the Branch or 
Centre shall be under the control of the Committee, and the 
Treasurer shall not be permitted to pay any moneys except 
as the Committee shall from time to time direct. All cheques 
shall be signed by any two of the following three officers: 
The Branch or Centre Chairman, the Treasurer and the 
Secretary. 

Financial Liability 

14. The Council of the Corporation and the Corporation 
shall not be responsible for the debts and liabilities incurred 
by the Branch or Centre except when such debt and liability 
shall have been incurred after the permission of the Council 
has been obtained, and a letter to that effect received from the 
Secretary. 

President and Vice-Presidents 

15. A President and Vice-President(s) shall be appointed 
annually by the Annual General Meeting. A retiring Chairman 
shall be eligible for appointment as a Vice-President of the 
Branch or Centre. 

Standing Committee 

1 6. The Chairman of the Committee and the Treasurer and 
Secretary shall be the Standing Committee of the Branch or 
Centre, and shall have power to transact the business of the 
Committee between the meetings thereof, subject to any direc- 
tions given by the Committee. Provided the Committee may by 
resolution appoint, as occasion may arise, other Members to 
serve on the Standing Committee in addition to the Chairman 
of the Committee, the Treasurer and the Secretary. 

Winding-up 

17. In the event of the winding-up of the Branch or Centre 
all Minute Books, Account Books and Library Books, except 
such books in the Library which shall have been loaned to the 
Branch or Centre, shall upon the dissolution of the Branch or 
Centre, together with any moneys which may remain after pay- 
ment of all Branch or Centre expenses, be forwarded to the 
Secretary of the Corporation, who shall acknowledge receipt 

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to the Chairman of the Branch or Centre. All moneys shall 
be transferred to the Certified Secretaries' Benevolent Fund. 

Alteration of Rules 

1 8. Any proposed alteration of rules shall be submitted to a 
Special General Meeting convened for the sole purpose of con- 
sidering such alteration. Before any alteration shall become 
operative the confirmation of the Council of the Corporation 
shall be necessary. 



Interpretation of Rules 

19. Any question arising on the interpretation of these rules 
shall be referred to the Council of the Corporation, and any 
decision given by them or by any person appointed by them 
on their behalf shall be final. 



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Members 5 Lending Library 



LIST OF BOOKS AVAILABLE AND RULES 



NOTE. The list is^not exhaustive, as there are a large number of 
publications in the Library which are also available on 
loan. 

A list of books added to the Library, most of which can be 
lent, appears from time to time in The Certified Secretary. 

RULES 

1 . The Lending Library is for the use of Members and Registered 
Students of the Corporation residing in the United Kingdom. 

2. Application for the loan of books should be made either by 
Members or Registered Students personally to the Librarian, or 
in writing signed by the Member or Registered Student requiring 
the book. 

3. A Member or Registered Student borrowing a book will be 
responsible for its care and shall return it to the Librarian within 
twenty-one days, as indicated inside the cover of the book. 

4. The Corporation pays the outward postage on all books borrowed 
by post. 

5. The Library is open to Members and Registered Students daily 
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 



ACCOUNTANCY 
Ref. No. 

1 Accountancy: by William Pickles, B.Com., F C.A. 

6 Accountancy Key to: by William Pickles, B.Com., F.C.A. 
395 Accountancy, Higher: by S. R. Davar, M.L.C., J.P. 
25 Accountancy Problems, Tabulating Machinery and its 

Application to: by W. D. Turner, C.A. 
17 Accounting: by L. Cuthbert Cropper, F.C.A. 
37 Accounting, Principles of: by Stanley W. Rowland, LL.B., 
F.C.A. 

2 Accounts, Advanced: by R. N. Carter, M.Com., F.C.A. 

(Revised Edition.) 

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Rcf. No. 

35 Auditing, The Principles of: by F. R. M. De Paula, O.B.E., 

F.C.A. 

3 Book-keeping, Advanced: by Henry J. Clack, F.G.G.S., 

F.C.R.A. 
524 Book-keeping and Accountancy: by J. B. Harrold, M.B.E. 

470 Book-keeping and Accountancy for Private Companies: by 

O. West, F.C.A., F.C.I.S. 

22 Book-keeping and Accounts: by E. E. Spicer, F.C.A., and 

E. C. Pegler, F.C.A. (Sixth Edition.) 

32 Book-keeping and Accounts, Key to: by Macdonald and 

Evans. . 

1 8 Book-keeping and Accounts, Modern: by William Adgie, 

F.C.A. Part II, Intermediate. Part III, Advanced. 
1 1 Book-keeping and Accounts, Practical : by A. J. Favell, B.Sc. 

(Econ.), A.C.I.S. 
13 Book-keeping arid Accounts, Principles and Practice by 

B. G. Vickery, F.C.A., F.C.I.S. (Eighth Edition.) 

26 Book-keeping, Elementary: by D. Macara, B.Gom. 

5 Book-keeping Exercises, Intermediate: by H. C. Roberts, 
B.Sc., A.C.I.S. 

23 Book-keeping, Intermediate: by D. Macara, B.Com. 

4 Book-keeping, The Future: by F. I. Bloomfield, F.L.A.A. 

3 1 Book-keeping Exercises for Accountant Students : by Lawrence 
R. Dicksee, M.Com., F.C.A. (Fourth Edition.) 

21 Book-keeping, The Student's Complete Commercial: by 
Arthur Fieldhouse. 

30 Book-keeping, Accounting and Banking, The Student's Cate- 
chism on: by Frederick Da vey. (Second Edition.) 

33 Book-keeping, Manual of: by Austin B. Kelly, A.S.A.A., 

F.C.I. 

20 Book-keeping and Commercial Knowledge, Practical: by 
E. V. Spicer, F.C.A., and E. C. Pegler, F.C.A. 

19 Book-keeping, Groundwork of: by Frank A. Gordon, M.Com. 

(Birm.). 

27 Book-keeper, The Junior: by L. Bradbury Daley. 
412 Building Society Book-keeping: by Eric G. Howes. 

100 Company Accounts and Balance Sheets: by Kenneth and 
Michael Moore. 

471 Company Accounts and Balance Sheets by M. Moore. (Second 

Edition.) 

36 Company Accounting: by H. A. R. J. Wilson, F.C.A., 

F.S.A.A., F.C.C.S. 

39 Cost Accounts, Manual of : byj. Julius Lunt. (Third Edition.) 

38 Creamery Accounts: by E. McNerney. 

429 Elementary Book-keeping: by H. C. Roberts, B.Sc., A.C.I.S. 
526 Elementary Book-keeping: by A. Munro, F.C.I.S. 

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29 Executorship and Trust Accounts: by J. Stewart Seggie, C.A., 

F.S.A.A. 

505 Guide to Company Balance Sheets: by F. H. Jones, F.L.A.A. 
24 Law and Accounts of Executors, Administrators and Trustees: 

by V. G. Vickery, F.C.A., F.S.A.A. (Fourth Edition.) 
289 Law Relating to Bankruptcy, Liquidations and Receiver- 
ships: by C. A. Sales, LL.B. (Lond.), F.S.A.A. (Second 
Edition.) 

Machine Rates: by W. Bell, F.C.W.A., F.C.G.S., A.I.I. A. 
Practical Book-keeping for Elementary and Intermediate 

Students: *y A. H. Winterburn, F.G.I.S. 
258 Primer of Costing: by R. J. H. Ryall. 
14 Profits and Balance Sheet Adjustments: by P. Taggart, 

F.S.A.A., A.I.M.T.A. 

323 Receivers and Liquidators: by H. C. Emery. 
512 The Profession of an Accountant: by A. Crew. 
400 The Theory and Practice of Costing: by E. W. Newman, 

A.G.A. 

1 6 Traders' Accounts and Income Tax: by B. Davies, A.S.A.A., 
and H. P. Gregory, A.C.I.S. 

BANKING AND EXCHANGE 

42 Banker and Customer: by S. Evelyn Thomas, B.Com., Ph.D. 
(Lond.), F.C.C.S. (Fourth Edition.) 

44 Banking, Credit, and the Crisis: by J. W. Kempster, D.L., 

M.I.E.E., M.I.M.E. 

45 Banking and Currency: by W. J. Weston, M.A., B.Sc. (Lond.). 

(Third Edition.) 

46 Banking and Currency: by Ernest Sykes, B.A. (Oxon.). 

(Eighth Edition.) 
407 Banking and Exchange: by S. Evelyn Thomas, B.Com., 

Ph.D. (Lond.). (Third Edition.) 
474 Banking and Exchange: by S. E. Thomas, B.Com., Ph.D. 

(Lond.). 
52 Bills of Exchange, Cheques and Promissory Notes: by Allan 

M'Neil, M.A., S.S.C. (Fourth Edition.) 

51 Early European Banking in India: by H. Sinha, Cert. A.I.B. 
48 Elementary Banking: by H. P. Sheldon, Cert. A.I.B. (Second 

Impression.) 
54 Foreign Exchange and Foreign Bill in Theory and in Practice: 

by William F. Spalding, Cert. A.I.B. (Fifth Edition.) 
387 Practical Banking: by H. E. Evitt. 
56 Practical Banking Currency and Exchange: by H. E. Evitt. 

(Second Edition.) 

374 Practical Examination of the Bills of Exchange Acts, A: by 
Cecil H. H. Fennell. (Second Edition.) 

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381 Primer of Foreign Exchange: by William F. Spalding. 
525 Primer of Foreign Exchange: by W. E. Spalding. \ 

12 Principles of Bank Book-keeping: by Herbert G. Hoddei ' 
Cert. A.I.B. 

57 Principles of Banking: by S. Evelyn Thomas, B.Gom. (Lond.).j 
409 Principles of Banking: by S. Evelyn Thomas, B.Gom., Ph.D. 

(Lpnd.) i 

393 Studies in Practical Banking: by R. W. Jones. 
49 The Banking Systems of Great Britain, France, Germany and 

The United States of America: by Kenneth Mackenzie. 
53 The Law of Bills of Exchange, Gheques, Promissory Notes, and 

Negotiable Instruments Generally: by B. Jacobs, LL.B. 

(Lond.). 
55 The Mechanism of Exchange: by John A. Todd, M.A. 

(Oxon.), B.L. (Glasgow). 

58 The Working of the Bill of Exchange: by Arthur M. Samuel, 

M.P. 



BUSINESS METHODS AND COMMERCIAL 
CORRESPONDENCE 

142 A Course of Business Procedure for Day and Evening Classes: 

by D. Macara, B.Gom. 

143 An Elementary Manual of Business Methods: by J. K. 

Grebby. 

134 Business and its Method, Modern: by W. Campbell, A.C.I.S. 
136 Business Cycles, Social Consequences of: by M. B. Hexter, 

Ph.D. 

135 Business Leadership: by Henry G. Metcalf. 

241 Business Organisation: by L. R. Dicksee, M.Com., F.C.A. 

139 Business, Principles and Practice of: by G. Mairet. 

138 Business Routine, Modern: Vol. I, Home Trade: by R. S. 
Obsorne, A.G.I.S. 

144 Business Statistics: by R. W. Holland, O.B.E., M.A., M.Sc., 

LL.D. 
141 Business Statistics and Statistical Method: by H. J. Wheldon, 

B.Com. (Lond.), F.C.W.A., F.L.A.A. 
527 Business Training: by A. S. Noel, F.R.Econ.S. 

140 Business Training and the Methods and Machinery of Busi- 

ness, Modern: by John King Grebby and W. K. Scrivener, 

LL.B. 

510 Commercial English: by W. Shawcross, B.A. 
391 Commercial Management: 'by Cunliffe L. Boiling. 
247 Commercial Practice with Correspondence: Part I, Home 

Trade: by F. Heelis. 

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248 Commercial Practice with Correspondence: Part II, The 

Export and Import Trade: by F. Heelis. 

401 English and Commercial Correspondence: by H. L. Carrad, 

B.A. 

376 Filing Systems: by Edward A. Cope. 
466 How to File and Index: by B. M. Weeks. 

137 Methods and Machinery of Business: by J. D. C. Mackay, 

F.L.A.A., F.C.C.S. 
410 Office Desk Book: Pitman's. 
392 Office Practice: by William Campbell. 

402 Office Procedure and Business Correspondence: by H. 

Clemson. 

377 Pitman's Manual of Commercial English: by W. Shawcross, 

B.A. 

250 Practical Office Training: by H. L. Carrad. 
148 Statistics and their Application to Commerce: by A. Lester 

Boddington. 

249 The 100% Office: by Herbert N. Casson. 



COMPANY LAW 

1 20 Company Law: by Albert Crew. (Third Edition.) 
go Company Law: by Allan Walmsley, LL.B. (Lond.). 

101 Company Law: by Harry Farrar, M.C., M.A., LL.B. 

121 Company Law: by H. Goitein. 

427 Company Law and Practice, A Manual of Indian; Vol. I: 

by Sohrab R. Davar, M.L.C., J.P., F.C.C.S. 

428 Company Law and Practice, A Manual of Indian; Vol. II: 

by Sohrab R. Davar, M.L.C., J.P., F.C.C.S. 
109 Company Law Amendment Committee. 
1 06 Company Law, Elements of: by Harry Farrar, M.C., M.A., 

LL.B. 
375 Company Law, Guide to: by R. W. Holland, O.B.E., M.A., 

M.Sc., LL.D. 

1 22 Company Law in a Nutshell : by J. A. Balfour. 

126 Company Law, One Thousand Questions and Answers On: 

by Henry Allen Ashton. 

97 Company Law of South Africa: by M. Nathan, K.C., LL.D. 
104 Company Law, Principles of: by J. Charlesworth, LL.D. 

94 Company Law, The New: by Herbert W. Jordan. 
1 08 Companies Act, 1 928 . 

93 Companies Act, 1929. 

95 Companies Act, 1929: by F. J. Varley. 

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Ref. No. 

1 10 Companies Acts, 1908 to 1917, Minutes of Evidence taken 

before the Departmental Committee. First, Second, Third 

and Fourth Days. 
406 Companies Act, 1936 New South Wales; Eight Addresses 

on. 
405 Companies Act Union of South Africa Act No. 46 of 1926, 

as amended by Act No. 1 1 of 1932. 

124 Examination Questions on Company Law together with 

Answers thereto: by R. Byrne, A.C.A., A.S.A.A., F.C.I.S. 

125 Handbook on the Formation, Management and Winding up 

of Joint Stock Companies: by Sir Francis Gore-Browne, 

M.A., K.C. 

114 Indian Companies Act, 1936. 
316 New French Law as to "Private Limited Company": by 

P. Pellerin. 

107 Notes on the New South Wales Companies Act, 1936. 
131 Private Companies: Their Management and Statutory 

Obligations: by Stanley Borrie. 
96 Summary of Company Law, being Revision Notes for the 

Professional Examinations: by W. De Creux-Hutchinson. 



ECONOMICS 

528 Business Economics and Commerce: by F. P. Tushingham, 

B.Com.Sc. 

145 Business Economics, Introduction to: by J. Stephenson, M.A., 

M.Com., D.Sc. 

263 Capital in Sterling: by A. L. Gordon. 
244 Commerce, The Organisation of: by G. O. Sutherland, 

B.Com., and W. Paget, B.Sc. 

242 Commerce, its Theory and Practice: by S. Evelyn Thomas, 

B.Com. (Lond.). 

243 Commerce, Groundwork of: by H. J. Jones, Book I. 
499 Economics: by F. Benham. 

529 Economics for Commercial Students by A. Crew. (Ninth 

Edition.) 

146 Economics of Business Life, The: by Sir Henry Pcnson, 

K.B.E., M.A. 

530 Economics of the Import and Export Trade: by H. Nagaoka. 

150 Economics, Groundwork of: by R. D. Richards, Ph.D., 

B.Sc. (Econ.), (Lond.). 

151 Economics, Elements of: by S. Evelyn Thomas, B.Com., 

Ph.D. (Lond.). 

152 Economics: by W. J. Weston, M.A., B.Sc. (Lond.), and 

H. Grant Bird, F.C.I.S., F.I.S.A., A.L.A.A. 

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153 Economics: by A. L. Gordon MacKay. 

154 Economics, International: by R. F. Harrod, M.A. 

155 Economics: by Henry Clay, M.A. 

156 Economics, The Approach to: by H. M. Scott, B.Sc. 

157 Economics of Modern Industry: by Percy Ford, B.Sc. (Econ.). 

158 Economics for Commercial Students and Business Men: by 

Albert Grew. (Twelfth Edition.) 

1 60 Economics, On Quantitative Thinking in: by Gustav Cassel. 

162 Economic Doctrines, A History of: by Charles Gide and 

Charles Rist. 

166 Economic and Banking Terms: by W. J. Weston, M.A., and 

Albert Crew. 

382 Economics of Private Enterprise: by J. Harry Jones, M.A. 
214 Economic History of England, Outlines of: by H. O. 

Meredith, M.A., M.Com. 

161 Economy for the Machine Age, The Correct: by A. G. 

McGregor. (Third Edition.) 

430 Groundwork of Commerce: by H. L. Jones, M.A., M.Ed. 
299 How to Achieve Higher Price Levels and Prosperity: by 

A. G. McGregor. 
523 International Trade: by D. T. Jack, M.A. 

503 Loss of Profits Insurance: by G. G. Legg, A.C.I.I. 

302 McGregor Plan, The: by A. G. McGregor, B.Sc. 

303 Meaning of Money, The: by Hartley Withers. 

304 Monetary System, The British: by Eric M. Carter, F.C.A. 
306 Money: by D. H. Robertson, M.A. 

305 Money Market Primer and Key to the Exchanges, A: by 

George Clare. (Third Edition.) 
488 National Defence Contribution: by H. E. Seed, A.C.A., 

A.S.A.A. 
469 Office Economics: by E. J. Benge. 

163 Outlines of Political Economy: by Sydney Chapman, K.C.B., 

Litt.D. 

324 Reconstruction: by Harold MacMillan, M.P. 
482 Service Viewed by the Manufacturer: by W. E. Cullum. 
486 Shipping Practice: by E. F. Stevens, A.C.C.S., M.I.C.S. 
501 Simplified Statistics: by L. Holman, B.Sc. 

504 Some Modern Business Problems: by A. Plant and other 

Authors. 

167 Supply and Demand: by H. D. Henderson, M.A. 
507 The Nation Keeps House: by L. H. Sutton. 

491 The Problem of Gold in Relation to National Prosperity. 
521 Theory and Practice of Commerce: by G. K. Bucknall, 

A.C.I.S. t 

435 The Substance of Economics: by H. A. Silvcrman, B.A. 

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HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

286 Accounts for Small Hospitals; Based on the Revised Uniform 

System of Hospital Accounts. 

170 Appeals for Funds and Hospital Publicity: by Capt. J. E. 

Stone, M.C., F.S.A.A., F.S.S., etc. 

287 Hospital Accounts, The Revised Uniform System. (Fourth 

Edition.) 

171 Hospital Accounts and Financial Control I by J. E. Stone. 

172 Hospital Accounts and Financial Administration: by Gapt. 

J. E. Stone. 

173 Hospital Accounting and Secretarial Practice: by Frank 

Dean and G. H. Spence. 

181 Hospital Almoner: The. 

174 Hospital and Institutions Handbook. 

531 Index of Classification of Items of Expenditure. 

175 Kitchen and Stores and Institution Administrative Depart- 

ments, Handbook on : by A. Milsom. (Second Edition) 
(revised and enlarged) . 

176 Lunacy and Mental Treatment Act, 1890-1930: by E. J. 

Lidbetter. 

177 Maintenance and Desertion: by E. J. Lidbetter. 

182 Notes on the Organisation and Planning of Public Hospitals 

in Sweden. 

178 Nursing, Public Health Work and Kindred Services: Choice 

of Career Series, No. 1 7. 
1 80 Poor-Law Orders, The. 
325 Settlement and Removal : by E. J. Lidbetter. 

INCOME TAX 

Dividend Income Tax Tables. 

Income Tax Law and Practice: by C. A. Newport and 

R. Staples. (Ninth Edition.) 

Income Tax and Sur-Tax Practice: by A. L. Boydon. 
Income Tax, The Law of: by E. M. Konstam, K.C. (Seventh 

Edition.) 

187 Income Tax Simplified: by A. Fieldhouse and E. Ewart 

Fieldhouse. 

1 88 Income Tax and Sur-Tax, Principles and Practice of: by 

Halford W. L. Reddish, A.C.A., and H. G. W. Teverson, 
A.C.A. 
475 Income Tax Explained: by K. A. Cokes, M.A., F.C.A. 

532 Income Tax Law and Practice: by C. A. Newport, F.C.R.A., 

and R. Staples. (Eleventh" Edition.) 
191 Income Tax and Sur-Tax: by A Chartered Accountant. 

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194 Income Tax Guide, 1935-1937 



444 Income Tax, 1935-36: by H. J. Gully, F.C.A. 

379 Income Tax, Introduction to: by E. D. Fryer, A.L.A.A. 

193 Land Value Tax, A Practical Guide to the: by Edward 

Westby-Nunn, B.A., LL.B., Barrister-at-Law. 
195 Tax Avoidance: by Leonard Stein and Herbert H. Marks. 
192 Taxation, its Incidence and Effects: by H. A. Silverman, 

B.A. 
189 Taxation: Foreign Law Series, No. I, as it affects the doing 

of Business abroad in Holland, Switzerland, Spain ana 

Poland. 



LAW AND CONDUCT OF AND PROCEDURE AT 
MEETINGS 

204 Chairman's Pilot and Chart: by Morton F. Parish. 
520 Indian Companies Acts: by N. K. Majumder. 

205 Meetings, How to Conduct: A Handbook for Chairmen and 

all who Conduct or Attend Meetings. 
481 Meetings of Private Companies: by A. Crew. 
502 Public, Company and Local Government Meetings: by A. 

Crew. 
1 19 Public and Company Meetings, BlackwelPs Law of: by A. W. 

Nicholls and P. J. Sykes. (Seventh Edition.) 
103 Public and Company Meetings, Law of: by Scholefield and 

Isdeli-Carpenter. (Eighth Edition.) 
129 Public and Company Meetings, The Conduct of and Procedure 

at: by Albert Crew. 

206 Procedure at and Law Relating to Meetings: by Frank 

Shackleton, F.C.I.S. 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION 

220 Assessment of Gas Undertakings, Principles and Practice of 

the: by H. T. Seymour, A.C.I.S., A.L.A.A. 

221 Central Government, Outlines of: including the Judicial 

System of England: by J. J. Clarke, M.A., F.S.S. (Fifth 
Edition.) 

319 Education Authorities, The Powers and Duties: by H. 
Fletcher Moulton. 

222 Fraud and Embezzlement: by Irvine H. Dearnley. 

223 Government of Great Britain and The Dominions and 

Colonies: by A. E. Hogam, LL.D., B.A. (Lend.), and 

Isabell G. Powell, M.A. (Lond.). 
378 Law of Education: by H. J. Simmonds, C.B., C.B.E., and 

A. W. Nicholls, M.A., B.Litt. 
230 Law Relating to Public Assistance: by R. A. Glen. 

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225 Law of Property in Land: by H. Gibson Rivington, M.A. 

(Oxon.). 

224 Law of Contract and Torts, Outlines of the (Third Edition): 
by A. M. Wilshcre, M.A., LL.B., and Douglas Robb, B.A. 

226 Law of Torts, A Summary: by Sir Arthur Underbill, M.A., 

LL.D. 

227 Local Administration: by A. Carson Roberts. 
438 Local Government Annual and Official Directory. 

228 Local Government and Local Finance: by Sir Robert S. 

Wright and The Rt. Hon. Henry Hobhouse. 

1 96 Local Government and Local Taxation in England and Wales : 
by Cecil Oakes, LL.M. (Seventh Edition.) 

7 Local Authority Finance, Accounts and Auditing, Volume I : 

by J. H. Burton. 

8 Local Authority Finance, Accounts and Auditing, Volume II : 

by J. H. Burton. 
380 Local Government of the United Kingdom, Outlines of: by 



J.J.Clarke. 
Local C 



413 Local Government of the United Kingdom and Irish Free 

State: by John J. Clarke, M.A., F.S.S. 
9 Municipal Book-keeping: by J. H. McCall, F.S.A.A. (Fourth 

Edition.) 
477 Municipal Book-keeping and Accounts: by H. Brown, 

F.I.M.T.A., F.S.A.A., F.S.S. 
229 Municipal and Local Government Law (Third Edition): by 

H. Emerson Smith. 

320 Procedure in an Action in the King's Bench Division, The 

Outlines of: by A. M. Wilshere, M.A., LL.B. 
436 Public Assistance: by John S. Clarke, M.A., F.S.S. 

321 Rating and Valuation Officers' Handbook: by F. J. Phillips, 

F.R.V.A. 

322 Ratepayer's Money, The: by Arthur Collins. 

411 The Law of Housing and Planning: by John J. Clarke. 

M.A., F.S.S. 

483 The Local Government Officer: by L. Hill. 
231 Unemployment Assistance: by E. Bright Ashford, B.A., and 

Alexander P. L. Glen. 



MERCANTILE LAW 

467 Carriage of Goods by Sea : by J. Samuel, M.A. (Fourth 

Edition.) 

147 Commercial Law of England; by J. A. Slater, B.A., LL.B. 
260 Contract Law. Elements of: by W. G. H. Cook, LL.D. 

(Lond.). 

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257 Contract Law, An Outline of: by W. Summerfield, M.A., 

B.C.L. (Oxon). 

285 Law of Agency: by Raphael Powell, M.A., B.C.L. 
300 Law of Negotiable Instruments: by F. Raleigh Batt, LL.M. 
294 Law of Negotiable Securities: by William Willis. 
315 Law of the Sale of Goods, The Principles of the: by H. Aitken, 

K.C. 
232 Mercantile La*v, A Synopsis : by A. Crew. (Fifth Edition.) 

234 Mercantile Law, Principles of: by J. Charlesworth, LL.D. 

(Lond.). 

235 Mercantile Law, Principles of : Volume I: by E. W. Chance, 

O.B.E. 

236 Mercantile Law, Principles of; Volume II : by E. W. Chance, 

O.B.E. 

237 Mercantile Law of South Africa : by G. Wille, LL.D. (Can- 

tab.), and Phillip Millin, B.A., LL.B. (Cape of Good Hope). 
(Seventh Edition.) 

239 Mercantile Law of Scotland: by Allan M'Neil, M.A., and 

J. A. Lillie, M.A. 

478 Mercantile Law of Scotland: by A. M'Neil, M.Sc., S.S.C., 
and J. A. Lillie, K.C., LL.B. 

240 Mercantile Law, Stevens' Elementary : by Herbert Jacobs, 

B.A. (Ninth Edition.) 

386 Mercantile Law, Slater's: by R. W. Holland, O.B.E., and 
R. H. Holland, B.A. (Lond.). (Ninth Edition.) 

238 Slater's Mercantile Law : by R. W. Holland, O.B.E., M.A., 

M.Sc., LL.D., and R. H. Code Holland, B.A. (Eighth 
Edition.) 
522 Shipping Office: by Calvert. 

SECRETARIAL PRACTICE 

15 Company Balance Sheet, Reform of: by Ramniklal K. Dalai. 
B.Com., F.S.A.A. 

98 Company Transfer Work : by J. A. White. (Second Edition.) 

99 Company Officials, An Everyday Guide for: by T. H. 

Deighton. 

1 1 1 Companies Act, 1929; Reminders for Secretaries, etc. 

112 Company, How to Form a: by Herbert W. Jordan. 
102 Company Management: by H. C. Emery. 

113 Companies Law and Practice, A Manual of Indian: Volume 

I: by Sohrab R. Davar, M.L.C., J.P., F.C.C.S. 
1 16 Companies Law and Practice, A Manual of Indian; Volume 

II: by Sohrab R. Davar, M.L.C., J.P., F.C.C.S. 
443 Company Registration, Sixty years of: by Herbert W. 

Jordan. 

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Ref. No. 

118 Companies, Private; Their Management and Statutory 

Obligations : by Herbert W. Jordan and Stanley Borne. 

(Third Edition.) 

351 Company Secretary's Guide and Record, The: by W. J. 

Watt. 

352 Company Secretary's Duties: by W. H. Fox, F.S.A. 

353 Company Secretary, Guide for the : by W. Cecil Wood. 

(Fifth Edition.) 
408 Company Secretarial Practice: by Alfred Palmer, A.S.A.A. 

354 Company Secretarial Work, Oldham's Guide to: by G. K. 

Bucknall. 

361 Company Secretaries, Reminders for: by Herbert W. Jordan. 

117 Converting a Business into a Private Company: by Herbert 
W. Jordan. 

1 15 Joint Stock Companies, Handbook on the Formation, Manage- 
ment and Winding up of: by Sir Francis Gore-Browne, 
M.A., K.C. 

298 Limited Liability Company, The Issue, Transfers and Trans- 
mission of Shares of a: by L. A. Schumer. 

326 Limited Liability Companies, The Responsibility of the 
Directors of: Foreign Law Series No. 3. 

383 Minutes, How to take: Edited by E. Martin, F.C.I.S. 

133 Private Companies; Their Utility and the Exemptions they 
Enjoy: by Herbert W. Jordan. 

132 Private Company, The; with Special Reference to the Secre- 
tarial Work thereof: by R. W. L. Clench, F.C.A., F.C.I.S. 

350 Public, Company and Local Government Meetings, The Con- 
duct and Procedure at : by A. Crew. (Fifteenth Edition.) 

434 Secretarial Practice; Questions and Answers: by G. K. 
Bucknall, A.C.I.S. (Fifth Edition.) 

357 Secretarial Practice, The Corporation of Certified Secretaries' 
Manual of: by F. D. Head, B.A., F. Porter Fausset, M.A., 
LL.B., and H. A. R. J. Wilson, F.C.A., F.S.A.A., F.C.C.S. 

359 Secretarial Knowledge, Modern : by Frank W. Perks. (Second 
Edition.) 

362 Secretary's Handbook, Pitman's : Edited by Sir Herbert E. 

Blain, C.B.E. (Second Revised Edition.) 

363 Secretary's Manual, The : by Haydon and Waterhouse. 

( Twenty-third Edition.) 

364 Secretary's Manual, The : Haydon and Garnsey (Twenty-fast 

Edition.) 

365 Secretarial Practice, Questions and Answers on: by E. J. 

Hammond. 

327 Share Capital, Alteration: fry P. Lea Reed and C. Wright. 
333 Stock, Shares and other Marketable Securities, The Transfer 

of: by F. D. Head, B.A. (Oxon.). 

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34 Accountant, How to become a Qualified: by Richard A. 

Witty, F.S.A.A. 
479 Actuarial Science: by L. A. W. Davidson, B.Com. 

59 Algebra, A School: by H. S. Hall, M.A. (With Answers.) 

60 Arithmetic of Commerce : by P. W. Norris, M.A., B.Sc. 

(Third Edition.) 

6 1 Algebra, A School; Part I: by H. S. Hall, M.A. (With 

Answers.) 

62 Algebra, A School; Part II: by H. S. Hall, M.A. (With 

Answers.) 

63 Algebra, A School; Part III: by H. S. Hall, M.A. (With 

Answers.) 

65 Arithmetic, A School; Part I, with Answers: by Hall and 

Stevens. 

66 Arithmetic, A School; Part II, with Answers: by Hall and 

Stevens. 

67 Arithmetic, A School; without Answers: by Hall and 

Stevens. 

70 Arithmetic; Second impression: by D. A. Young, B.A., 

Hons. (Lond.). 

71 Arithmetic; Book III, with Answers: by C. H. Hill, M.A. 

(Oxon.), and P. G. Welford, B.A. (Oxon.). 

72 Arithmetic, Practical Business: by McDougall. 

73 Arithmetic, The Elements of Commercial: by Thomas 

Brown. 

74 Algebra, Elementary; A School Course: by W. D. Eggar, 

Ad.A. 

75 Algebra, Elementary; For the use of Schools: by P. Ross, 

M.A., B.Sc. 

76 Algebra, Elementary: by W. M. Baker, M.A., and A. A. 

Bourne, M.A. 

77 Arithmetic, Elementary Commercial: by H. L. Jones, M.A., 

M.Ed. 

78 Arithmetic for School, General; with Answers: by C. V. 

Durell, M.A. 

79 Arithmetic, New School: by Charles Pendlebury, M.A., 

F.R.A.S. 

80 Arithmetic, New Commercial; Part I, without Answers: by 

P. Comrie and W. Woodburn. 

8 1 Arithmetic, New Commercial; Part II, without Answers: 

by P. Comrie and W. Woodburn. 

89 Arithmetic, The Tutorial: by W. P. Workman, M.A., B.Sc. 
384 Arithmetic, Complete Mercantile with Elementary Mensura- 
tion; with Answers: by H. P. Green, M.R.S.T. 

265 



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Rcf.No. 

292 Angina Pectoris and its Surgical Treatment: by George 

Bankoff, M.D., M.S. 
296 Administration of Estates with Respect to Assets Abroad, in 

England, U.S.A. and France. 

86 Arithmetic, Practical Commercial: by H. Watson, B.Sc. 

87 Arithmetic, The Principles and Practice of: by P. W. Norris, 

M.A. (Lond.). 
433 British Association for Commercial and Industrial Education, 

Report of Conference, aist and 22nd October, 1937. 
484 British Civil Servant: by W. A. Robson. 

445 British Empire Beyond the Seas, The: by M. I. Newbigin, 

D.Sc. (Lond.). 
2o8a Building Societies, The Law of Modern: by Leonard Crouch. 

209 Building Societies, The Law Relating to : by Martyn R. B. 

Bowes, B.A., LL.B. (Fifth Edition.) 

210 Building Societies, History of the Movement in Scotland: 

by Wm. S. Allison, F.C.C.S. 

211 Building Societies, The Law and Practice Relating to Incor- 

porated: by C. P. Best, B.A., LL.B. 
394 Budgeting and Control, Flexible: by D. J. Garden, M.A. 

446 Carriage of Goods by Sea : by Roger S. Bacon. (Second 

Edition.) 
437 Central Bank of India; Silver Jubilee. 

267 Choice of Career Series, Accountancy, Commerce, Banking, 

Librarianship, Insurance, Clerical and Secretarial Work 
(Women). 
261 Civil Procedure in a Nutshell: by Marston Garia, B.A. 

518 Commercial Arithmetic: by H. L. Jones. 

268 Commercial Education, International Congress on: London, 

July, 1932. 

447 Commercial Arbitration under British Law: by J. E. James, 

LL.B. 
259 Commodity Market Terms; Volume II; Trade Term 

Definitions: by Cuthbert Maughan. 
414 Commonwealth Institute of Accountants Jubilee Proceedings, 

1937- 

519 Complete Commercial Arithmetic for Professional Examina- 

tions: by H. Harman. 
265 Day Continuation School: by R. W. Ferguson, B.Sc., and 

A. Abbott, O.B.E. 

Deutsch: A School Certificate Course: by J. D. Ellis Williams. 
Dictionary of Careers : by L. H. Turner. 
Diplomatic Corps and Consular Directory: by Arnold E. 

Education for Commerce in Scotland: by Jas. B. Frizell, 
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269 Education for Salesmanship. 

282 Education Department, The Function of a Works: by R. W. 

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311 Education, Physical: by Leonard Lockhart, M.D. 

448 Education after General Education up to Sixteen, Report of 

an Enquiry into Vocational. 

432 Education at the Cross Roads: by Lord Eustace Percy, M.P. 
476 Effects on Garages: Edited by the Institute of Motor Trade. 
431 Elements of Insurance Law: by M. P. Picard. 

449 English Grammar, Composition and Correspondence: by 

M. A. Pink and S. Evelyn Thomas, B.Com. (Sixth Edition.) 

450 English Composition: by R. S. Bate, M.A. 

451 English, Practice in: by P. H. Reaney, M.A. 

452 English, Concise Course: by Arthur Mercer. 

453 English, Advanced Practical: by C. F. Allan, M.A., Ph.D. 

454 English, Matriculation Course: by W. H. Low, M.A., and 

G. E. Hollingworth, M.A. 

270 Evidence in a Nutshell: by Marston Garsia, B.A. 

245 Examination Guide for the Commercial Student : by Albert 

Crew. (Second Edition.) 
517 Form: Address to Articled Clerks: by A. E. Cutforth, F.C.A. 

271 French Grammar; A Three Years Course: by M. Kennedy. 

272 French Grammar, Graduated Exercises in: by B. Yandell, 

M.A. 

198 Geography, A Commercial: by L. Dudley Stamp, B.A., D.Sc. 

199 Geography, Economics with special reference to the British 

Empire: by D. E. Willington, B.Com., F.R.G.S. 

200 Geography, Handbook of Commercial : by G. G. Chisholm, 

M.A., B.Sc. (Edin.). 
64 Geometry, A School (Part I): by H. S. Hall, M.A., and 

F. H. Stevens, M.A. 
68 Geometry, A School (Parts I-VI): by H. S. Hall, M.A., and 

F. H. Stevens, M.A. 
275 Gold Standard, All about the: by L. Ludford, M.Com., 

F.C.C.S. 

297 Good Investing: by K. Adlard Coles, M.A., F.C.A. 
2 1 9 Great Britain and Ireland : by Albert Willmore, D.Sc. (Lond.) . 
274 Hindustani, Modern Colloquial: by J. R. Abdul Hakim. 

455 Historical Notes; Le Rossignol Family and its Connections 

in Jersey: by S. J. Le Rossignol. 

2 1 2 History of Great Britain, A Concise : by D. C. Somervell, M.A 

213 History of Britain, A Progressive, Part III, 1714 to 1928: by 

John Lord, M.A. 

215 History of England: by Sir Charles Oman, K.B.E. (New and 

Revised Edition.) 

216 History of Britain, Social and Industrial: by A. A. W. 

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217 History, A Brief Sketch of Social and Industrial: by E. 

Cressy. 

218 History, The March of; The Early Nineteenth Century to 

the Present Day: by Arthur Birnie, M.A. 
51 1 How to Apply for a Situation: by J. W. Rowbottom. 
489 How to Think: by H. E. Hunt. 
290 Income Theory of Prices: by J. S. Robertson, M.A., B.Com., 

C.A. 
288 Index of Classification of Items of Expenditure. 

456 Indexing and Precis Writing, Exercises in: by W. J. Weston, 

M.A. (Lond.). 

284 Industrial and Social Legislation, Guide to: by F. Roberts. 
207 Insurance Companies Investments: by Harold E. Raynes. 

457 Insurance, The Laws of: by James Biggs Porter. 

276 Investment and Investors. 

277 Investment At-a-Glance Register: by M. H. Unwin. 

278 Investor's Manual, The: by W. W. Wall. 

84 Kingston's Equivalent Price Tables. 

179 Law Relating to Personal Injuries: by F. G. Neave. 

251 Law of Real Property, Introduction to the: by J. A. Watson. 

309 Law Concerning Owner, Builder and Architect : by James 

Walter Smith, B.A., LL.D. (Second Edition.) 

82 Logarithms Simplified: by E. Card, B.Sc., and A. C. Parkin- 

son, A.C.P., M.Coll.H. 
514 Master Personality: by W. G. Fern. 

85 Mathematics for the Million : by Lancelot Hogben. 

281 Modern Languages, Instruction in: British Association for 

Commercial and Industrial Education. 
308 Motor Trade Addresses, The Institute of the. 
293 Narration Francais, La: by M. A. Lebonnois, B.es L. 
283 National Capital, The Distribution of: by G. W. Daniels 

and H. Campion. 

83 Numerical Trigonometry and Mensuration: by F. G. W. 

Brown, M.Sc. (Lond.), F.C.P. 

463 One Hundred and Fifty Years of Brewing, Souvenir Book of 
the Bristol Brewing & George's Co., Ltd. 

310 Our Perfecting World: by M. N. Dhalla, Ph.D., Litt.D. 
516 Personality as a Business Asset: by I. B. Walcott. 

493 Physical Education: by Captain S. J. Parker. 

312 Physical and Mental Efficiency: by James P. Scott. 

313 Pitfalls in the Sale of Goods: by Gabriel Cohen and Norman 

R. King. 

301 Plant Grow, How does a: by Sir Cuthbert Grundy, F.L.S. 
458 Prcis Writing, Commercial: by the Rev. John Hunter, M.A. 
197 Precis Writing, The Student's Manual: by J. P. Earnshaw, 

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295 Prosperity, Lasting: by A. G. McGregor. (Second Edition.) 

317 Proverbial Birds Brought Home to Roost, and Afterthoughts: 

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318 Public Finance: by M. E. Robinson. 

314 Post-Certificate Education for Commerce, Report of the Com- 
mittee of the British Association for Commercial and 
Industrial Education on, 1935. 

459 Real Property : by Alfred F. Topham, LL.M. 

460 Regional Survey of the World: by T. S. Muir, M.A., and 

J. Hamilton Birreli. 

345 Retail Distributor, The Training of the: by S. A. Williams, 

M.A. 

424 School Systems in General and Business Education, A Com- 

parative Study of (Supplement to International Review for 
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508 Self Mastery: by E. Coue. 

329 Shipping Practice : by Edward F. Stevens. 

346 Shorthand Clerk's Guide, The: by V. E. Collinge, A.C.I.S. 

347 Shorthand Instructor, Pitman's: New Era Edition. 

348 Shorthand, Rapid Course, Pitman's: New Era Edition. 
513 Stamina: by H. N. Casson. 

330 Statistical Method, The Elements of: by Wilford I. King, 

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279 Stenografic, Internation Conges Vopr. 
515 Success, Highway to: by C. H. Smith. 

509 Success and Happiness: by H. N. Casson. 

461 Summarise, How to: by Hubert Watson. 

331 Survey: by Arnold R. Tankard, F.I.C. 

425 The Board of Education: by Sir Lewis Amherst Selby-Bigge, 

Bt., K.C.B. 

415 The Certified Secretary, Vol. IX, 1933. 

416 The Certified Secretary, Vol. X, 1934. 

417 The Certified Secretary, Vol. XI, 1935. 
472 The Certified Secretary, Vol. XII, 1936. 

462 The Certified Secretary, Vol. XIII, 1937. 

497 The Hadow Scheme in the Light of Seven Years' Experience: 

by A. A. Kenyon. 

498 The Place of a Psychologist in the School: by A. G. Hughes. 
495 The Planning and Design of School Buildings: by J. Sargent. 
494 The Value of the Teaching of Good Music in our Schools: 

by Sir E. C. Bairstow. 

332 Trade Combinations in U.S.A., France, Germany and Poland; 

Foreign Law Series. 

Trade Term Definitions: by C. Maughan. 
Training in Citizenship: by J. W. H. Brown. 

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201 World Geography, Introduction to : by Albert Wilmorc, D.Sc., 

F.G.S. 

202 The World: by . G. Hodgkinson, B.A. (Lond.), and D. M. 

Preece. 

203 The World: by L. Dudley Stamp. 

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